5 Epically Cool Cars You’ll Only See at the 15th Annual Palm Beach Auction

1970 Dodge Challenger Designed by Eric Brockmeyer

If you have a passion for cars and live anywhere near Palm Beach, Barrett-Jackson’s 15th Annual Palm Beach Auction is an event you do not want to miss. The auction will take place at the South Florida Fairgrounds on April 6-8, but the word “auction” doesn’t even begin to cover everything that goes on at this world-class event.

Attendees can see collector cars in person, learn more about them at “Behind the Hobby” symposiums, rub shoulders with celebrities, go for thrill-rides in the hottest new vehicles from top automakers and explore a vast Exhibitor Marketplace. Whether you’re coming to feast your eyes on the vehicular masterpieces or to bid on your dream car, you’re sure to enjoy these epically cool cars that will cross the auction block.

1. 1967 Ford Mustang GT Custom Fastback

This Pro-Touring Mustang GT is owned by NFL wide receiver Reggie Wayne of the Indianapolis Colts and boy, is it a beauty. It has a 545ci V8 electronic fuel-injected engine with a Tremec T56 6-speed manual transmission, power steering, air conditioning, push-button start and shaved door handles for a smooth and sleek look. The custom interior features firm bucket seats that have been covered in fine leather. Custom door panels are punctuated with subtle metal accents above long, sculpted armrests. More details here:

2. 1970 Dodge Challenger Designed by Eric Brockmeyer

Powered by a new all-aluminum 528ci HEMI with 730hp, this one-of-a-kind Pro-Touring Challenger was designed by automotive artist Eric Brockmeyer and has only 900 miles since completion. Featuring XV Motorsports Level II suspension front and back, Level II brakes, a new Indy Cylinder Heads all-aluminum 528ci Street Legend HEMI, and a functional T/A hood with factory air cleaner, the vehicle was a ground-up restoration. A real Challenger 1970s body was completely stripped them meticulously rebuilt over a period of three years. The undercoating was stripped, the glass was removed and the entire body was soda-blasted before being finished with show-quality Dodge HEMI Orange Pearl paint. More details here:

3. 2008 Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet

With just over 17,00 miles, this machine is powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter 6-cylinder engine rated at 480hp. The 911 is well known as one of the most iconic sports cars in the world, and this 2008 model in luminous blue perfectly blends performance, style, luxury and comfort. Upgrades include a Pioneer touchscreen with iPod integration and a hidden radar detector system. The dark blue leather interior and matching soft-top compliment the metallic blue body – the finishing touch on this sporty stunner. Get more information here:

4. 1994 Lamborghini Diablo VT

Powered by a 5.7-liter engine with a 5-speed manual transmission, this 1994 Diablo VT has been fitted with a Reactive Performance exhaust to create a sound that can only be described as phenomenal. A black leather interior with red accents looks fierce, while the gracefully arcing body aggressively alludes to the velocity and power waiting to be unleashed. Learn more here:

5. 1967 Plymouth Barracuda

This beauty has an upgraded 426/550hp HEMI engine with a 727 automatic transmission. Rotisserie restored bumper-to-bumper, this Barracuda was signed by custom car designer George Barris, best known for designing the Munster Koach and the 1966 Batmobile. It has 8.75" rear with 3.23 gears and a custom console with a floor-mounted 3-speed automatic shifter. Get more info here:

Whether you have your heart set on one of the epic vehicles listed above or just want to get up close and personal with some of the world’s most epic cars, Barrett-Jackson’s 15th Annual Palm Beach Auction is a can’t-miss opportunity for weekend fun. Learn more and get your tickets here.