Barrett-Jackson Life On The Block

The Barrett-Jackson TV series has four different one-hour specials of which cameras will follow Craig Jackson, various consigners, Steve Davis and bidders behind-the scenes. It is taken place right before, during, and even after the Scottsdale Auction in 2007. The entire show is perfect for those who are are fond over collector car auctions. This show was very popular back then, and until now, people are still huge fans of the show. Some people just like watching the old episodes, as they happen to be that interesting and unique.

The Barrett-Jackson may be billed for mostly automobile auction, other items are still sold as well. These items include motorcycles, trucks, engines, airplanes, boats, and many other memorabilia. The show received so many great reviews when it was showing in 2005 to 2007, as it is very interesting and can sometimes be quite funny. The show allows some of the worlds craziest fans of popular dead celebrities buy the items which were once theirs. These items are usually sold for millions, as the sentimental value is often to be said as way worth the price they pay. 

The auction has actually become quite the place where American car manufacturers sell their first production vehicles, then give the proceeds to charity. The entire concept of the shows happens to be really unique and will definitely get anyone's attention. It is unfortunate that there are no more new shows airing, but people can still watch the show on tapes. There really is no other show like it, which is exactly why it received so many fans while it was running on air.

This show is perfect for people that just like interesting TV, as shows nowadays simply can't compare to this show. People all over the world really liked this show, as it wasn't like the other shows in the past. This show even offers a few special features where they will sell cars that were owned by some of the worlds most popular rock stars, such as Elvis Presley, Sammy Hagar, Johnny Cash, and even Paul McCartney. It is definitely worth watching if you want to enjoy something interesting.

3 Seasons, 13 Episodes
December 26, 2005
Barrett-Jackson Life On The Block

Barrett-Jackson Life On The Block Full Episode Guide

  • Unique cars and and their stories from the auction block in Scottsdale and Palm Beach, including Bill 'Grumpy' Jenkins's drag racer "Grumpy's Toy" and the very first Foose Custom Hemi Coupe offered to the public.

  • Witness the amazing sale of Carroll Shelby's iconic 1966 Super Snake for a record-breaking price; the 1967 Corvette Coupe known as "The Last Stingray" and a 1955 Kurtis 500 Roadster once raced by Mickey Thompson.

  • As Barrett-Jackson consigns bigger & more unique vehicles, the more difficult the vehicle staging becomes.

  • Tony Stewart and Reggie Jackson join Hurst Shifter Girl Linda Vaughn for the sale of her beloved 1979 Hurst Olds.

  • From Scottsdale 2006: the record-breaking sale of a rare 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda, a 1954 Pontiac Bonneville designed by Harley Earl and a 1950 General Motors Futurliner Tour bus.

  • From Palm Beach 2006; Carroll Shelby's 2005 Ford GT Coupe VIN #003 for charity, a 1964 Shelby Cobra Coupe Recreation and a 1947 Bentley Franay.

  • From Scottsdale 2006: an Amphicar convertible, a rare 1969 L-88 Corvette from actor/pro wrestler Bill Goldberg and former heavyweight champion George Foreman.

  • A special 'Rock Edition' features the sale of cars owned by rock stars, such as Sammy Hagar, Paul McCartney, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley.

  • As the Scottsdale Auction celebrates its 35th Anniversary in 2006, we follow the sale of Ray Allen's LS-6 Convertible, a Chrysler D'Elegance concept car and Carroll Shelby's 2007 GT500 Fastback.

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