If pictures are worth a thousand words, we’ve got volumes to show you from our 3rd Annual Northeast Auction! Enjoy the gallery below of many memorable moments, from Family Value Day and the Opening Night Gala to fall of the final gavel.
Bird’s-eye view of the arena during the 2018 Northeast Auction at Mohegan Sun.
Barrett-Jackson CEO Craig Jackson and President Steve Davis joined members of the Mohegan Tribe for a traditional drum circle to kick off the Opening Night Gala.
Auction-goers enjoyed viewing the nearly 700 collector cars on display around the site prior to their turn on the block.
Colorful neon signs adorned the stage during each morning’s Automobilia Auction.
Exploring the vast exhibitor marketplace and sponsor pavilion in the new Expo Center at Mohegan Sun.
The Danny Beck Band performed at the Opening Night Gala.
Collector cars line up in the Staging Lanes en route to the auction block.
This 1967 Shelby GT500E Super Snake was one of the auction’s top sellers, bringing in $192,500.
A dad gives his son driving tips on Family Value Day.
The Dodge Brothers traveled from the past to be there for the $1 million sale of the last Viper and last Demon.
Collectibles from America’s “Route 66″ motoring past were featured at the Automobilia Auction.
Ford Ride ‘N Drives, Chevrolet Hot Laps and Dodge Thrill rides are always a popular attraction.
This 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird sold for $170,500.
Another great souvenir of any Barrett-Jackson event – official merchandise!
Two iconic Mobil Oil Pegasus animated neons signs were among the top sellers in the Automobilia Auction.
This 1960 Ford Starliner known as “May Cause Dangerous” turned a few heads!
Stunning hood ornament on a 1938 Cadillac.
Vintage jukeboxes – a reminder of roadside diners of days gone by.
This custom 1959 Fiat 600 is known as the “Angry Mosquito.”
The Motor Trend Live Stage provided auction-goers with in-depth looks at select cars after their sale.
A collector car gets a last-minute shine before its moment in the spotlight.
Kevin Brown, chairman of the Mohegan Tribe, said a few words at the Opening Night Gala.
Comin’ at you! A 1970 Plymouth GTX 440 Six-Barrel Hardtop.
There’s always something for all ages at a Barrett-Jackson event!
Taking a break from the dance floor at the Opening Night Gala.
Auctioneer lineup at the start of the collector car auction.
Checking out the latest vehicles in the sponsor pavilion.
Visitors arrive at Mohegan Sun’s new Expo Center for the beginning of the 2018 Northeast Auction.
Impressive view from the auction block behind the wheel of a collector car.
One of the auction’s top sellers was this 1965 Corvette convertible.
Experts discuss future collectibles at one of the Behind The Hobby Collector Car Symposiums.
There are photo opportunities galore at any Barrett-Jackson event.
Representing the latest trend in collectible vehicles: a custom 1987 Land Rover Defender.
Barrett-Jackson’s Driven Hearts charity initiative for the American Heart Association was evident at Mohegan Sun, most prominently with this eye-catching display of a specially wrapped Bugatti Veyron and a giant FAST sign – reminding people at the first signs of Face drooping, Arm tingling, Slurred speech – it’s Time to call 9-1-1.
Young bidder-to-be keeps track of sale prices in his auction catalog.
The top-selling collector car of the auction was this custom 1967 Chevy Nova known as “The InNOVAtor.”
Beautifully restored gas pumps are always among the top sellers at the Automobilia Auction.
Longtime Barrett-Jackson customer Ele Chesney with Barrett-Jackson CEO Craig Jackson.
A visit by the goldRush Rally cars was a highlight of this year’s event.
A little angel between a Hellcat and a Demon? Waiting for family at the Dodge Thrill Rides.
Open-heart surgery survivor Misty McLaren rides shotgun in the Driven Hearts Corvette, which sold to benefit the American Heart Association.
More top-selling neon signs at the Automobilia Auction.
SOLD! This 1970 Chevelle SS454 LS6 went to its new home for $172,700.
Relaxing and learning more about collector cars at the Motor Trend Live Stage.
Smiles all around at the Opening Night Gala!
A late-model Corvette sporting its FAST collectible plate.
A family captures a moment with Wayne Carini of “Chasing Classic Cars.”
A winning bid of $170,500 took home this beautiful 2010 Ferrari 458 Italia.
A bidder assistant awaits the signal from longtime Barrett-Jackson customer John Staluppi.
This unique vintage U.S. Air Force jet promotional recruiting go-kart was a top-seller at the Automobilia Auction, bringing in $28,175.
A happy winning bidder is congratulated as the Velocity cameras capture the action.
Heading to the auction block!
One of the spectacular goldRush Rally cars.
Every Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction is opened by the singing of the National Anthem. 14-year-old Ava Cosgrove did the honors on Super Saturday.
Mohegan Tribal Council Ambassador Mark Brown and his wife Mary at the Opening Night Gala.
There’s much to discover and enjoy at a Barrett-Jackson event.
Barrett-Jackson President Steve Davis (right) with his family (from left): daughter Misty and son-in-law Dean McLaren, grandsons Blake and Connor, and wife Janie.
The Gunterwerks 400R goldRush Rally car attracted a lot of attention during its visit.
Commemorating the sale of the last Dodge Viper and last Dodge Demon: the “Dodge Brothers” with Barrett-Jackson CEO Craig Jackson and Dodge/SRT/Motorsports head of Marketing & Communications Mark Malmstead.
This rare and exquisitely restored 1926 Boyle-Dayton visible gas pump sold for $19,550 on Super Saturday at the Automobilia Auction.
Barrett-Jackson President Steve Davis and CEO Craig Jackson at the Opening Night Gala.
The view as you drive onto the auction block!
Vintage truck on display at the auction.
Velocity’s Cristy Lee interview actor and professional wrestler Bill Goldberg on the auction block.
Hundreds of collector cars were on display throughout the event site.
Looking their best for the hottest ticket in town: Barrett-Jackson’s Opening Night Gala.
Barrett-Jackson CEO Craig Jackson went one-on-one with Alan Taylor at a Behind The Hobby Collector Car Symposium.
Shopping for the perfect memento of a trip to Barrett-Jackson.
Father and daughter watch the cars speed past at the Ride ‘N Drive/Thrill Ride area during Family Value Day.
An amazing array of authentic automobilia can be found at any Barrett-Jackson event.
Even Danny Beck and his band got into the Driven Hearts spirit at the Opening Night Gala!
A 1971 Sting Ray was auctioned to benefit the Connecticut-based Klingberg Family Centers.