Almost every dealership has their own service department and Barrett-Jackson is no exception. However, there's a service shop there that you've most likely never seen.
Known as the "speed shop," it's off limits to the public. You have to be a high roller to get your car serviced here!
It's where some of Barrett-Jackson's highest profile clients have their cars worked on. Even Craig Jackson, the CEO of the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, takes his cars there.
The shop has been home to many notable cars from athletes, collectors and celebrities from around the world. A 1954 Packard Caribbean once owned by actor Bruce Willis was re-built in the shop. The original "Batmobile" that sold for $4.62 million at the 2013 Scottsdale Auction, passed through the shop and showroom in 2015.
Both Baseball great Reggie Jackson and actor Frankie Muniz have also consigned vehicles through the shop and showroom.
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