The 2022 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction played host to an assortment of spectacular vehicles sold this year. Some even managed to break records during the event. The Scottsdale Auction featured many best-selling modern and classic performance vehicles produced by Mopar this year. From Dodge to Plymouth to Chrysler, the Barrett-Jackson auction had something for everyone. One of the most notable sales was the 1970 Hemi Plymouth Superbird which sold for a record-breaking $990,000.
Mopar Vehicle Highlights At 2022 Barrett-Jackson Auction
There were three record-breaking sales for Mopar during the auction, including a 1968 Dodge Charger General Lee re-creation from “Dukes of Hazzard.” The recreation vehicle sold for $247,500, a new record sale at the auction for such an example. As mentioned previously, a 1970 Plymouth Hemi Superbird painted in Hemi Orange sold for $990,000, another new record at the auction. Lastly, a custom-built 1946 Dodge Power Wagon sold for $192,500.
Outside of the realm of record-breaking sales, there were still plenty of other highlights at the auction, including a 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda featuring a dark blue with black paint job that sold for $192,500. In addition, two 1968 Dodge Chargers appeared at the auction; a custom-built coupe that sold for $291,500 and an R/T custom coupe that sold for $236,500. Dodge Chargers weren’t the only Dodge muscle cars to appear, with a custom-built 1973 Dodge Challenger turning a $236,500 profit. There was even a 1969 Dodge Daytona which went for $412,500.
Another iconic truck found a new home during the event. A custom-built 1958 Dodge W300M Power Wagon left the lot for $330,000. There were two other 1970 Plymouth Superbirds at the Barrett-Jackson auction; although they were missing a Hemi, they still went for a pretty penny. A white one sold for $275,000, while a vibrant blue one sold for $227,700. Last was a 1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda featuring a yellow and black paint job that made $935,000. You can see these ten unique cars for yourself over on the Barrett-Jackson website.