Barrett Jackson Scottsdale is right around the corner. Here are a few of our top-picks ahead of the auction.

Lot #1290 – Built by Weaver Customs, the “Twisted Mistress” is a modern-day Model A. A twin-turbo 401ci 8-cylinder twin-turbo Windsor engine backed by a C6 automatic transmission with a 3,500 stall converter going back to a 9” Ford rear end sporting 3.70 gears motivates this hot rod. It features a custom-built chassis and suspension. No panel was left untouched during the rotisserie build. It has been chopped, channeled, smoothed and shaved. Flush-fit doors complement the body modifications on this custom hot rod. It rides on 18” front and 20” rear Detroit Steel Artillery wheels wrapped in Toyo Proxie tires. The interior is trimmed in Hyde’s Italian leather. In 2018 its accolades include being a feature vehicle on Hot Rod Magazine’s Power Tour, as well as an ISCA winner and a Street Rodder Top 100. The “Twisted Mistress” was displayed at SEMA 2018 by Prestone.Lot #1322 – The all-steel custom 1940 Ford UTE was originally only available in Australia. This custom example has 300 test miles since it was completed and was the winner of the 2009 Concours d’Elegance in Forest Grove, OR. This UTE features a TCI chassis, 4-wheel power disc brakes, air ride, power windows and a leather interior. It is powered by a 4.6-liter 8-cylinder engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. It has a hand-crafted birdseye maple bed with gullwing doors, and rides on Boyd Coddington wheels with Cobra center caps.

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Lot #1412 – Known for its 0 to 60 mph time of 3.6 seconds or less, the Lexus LFA is any supercar fan’s dream. This is the LFA Nürburgring Edition in black; a two-seat supercar. It is one of only 50 LFA Nürburgring Editions ever built. Only driven by its one owner, it has 885 actual miles. Development on the original LFA concept began in early 2000s and the final car, equipped with Nürburgring Package, was completed in 2012. This edition is known to have more horsepower and a transmission with faster shifts.

The vehicle was hand-assembled and built using a loom that weaves carbon-fiber strands in 3D. The V10 revs from 0 to 9,000 rpm in 0.6 seconds. It was necessary to develop a special tachometer with a digital needle for this car; it was the only way to accurately keep up with the V10 revving from idle at such a high rpm. With the driver sitting so close to the center of the vehicle, they are able to feel and control the vehicle like never before. During testing of the LFA Nürburgring Package, with test driver Akira Iida at the wheel, set the lap record for a production car on non-competition tires: 7:14.64. It’s powered by a 4.8-liter 562hp V10 engine backed by a 6-speed sequential transmission.

This super car comes with many LFA extras including Scott Pruett racing team gloves, car cover, wheel pilot pens, storybook with Letter of Authenticity, smart battery charger, scheduled maintenance records, racing team jacket, owner’s manual, owner’s introduction and orientation CD, original Window Sticker, owner’s information, letter on laser-cut crystal and storybook, laser-cut crystal with Letter of Authenticity, key box with VIN, golf club covers, factory final inspection white gloves, delivery documents, custom small luggage with VIN, car cover bag, airbag recall “Thank You” letter and LFA large custom luggage with VIN.Goodguys Rod & Custom Association awarded this frame-off custom 1969 Camaro with a Style and Engineering trophy. The underside was worked on a rotisserie, and the frame has been fully smoothed and painted to match the exterior. The underside is as nice as the top. The chassis consists of Detroit Speed and Engineering suspension parts with a Currie Engineering 9″ rear axle containing 3.89 gears. Detroit Speed mini-tubs have been added to make room for the extra-wide rear Schott wheels with Michelin Pilot tires. A complete Wilwood 4-wheel disc brake system has been installed.

The 350ci LS V8 engine features a smoothed fabricated EFI intake manifold and Billet Specialties valve covers with polished trim and painted Bronze to complement the exterior and match the wheels. The engine is backed by a Tremec 6-speed manual transmission. The body has been subtly modified with a smoothed firewall, rear spoiler, custom grille, and Billet Specialties taillights and hood hinges. The underside of the hood and decklid are also smoothed.

The centerpiece of this custom Camaro is its caramel-colored Ultraleather interior. The one-of-a-kind cockpit features aluminum panels and special trim. The dash and center console are custom-fabricated. Amenities include a Flaming River tilt steering column, Vintage Air and Soundstream touchscreen audio system. PPG Deltron paint covers the crisp, quality bodywork. This car competed for Street Machine of the Year at Goodguys Columbus, and ran the autocross at the event.This 1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator Super Drag Pak in Competition Gold is one of 48 close-ratio Boss 302 Super Drag Pak Eliminators, one of seven examples painted in Competition Gold with a 4.30 locking rear axle, and is one of one Super Drag Pak Eliminators optioned with the heavy-duty battery, per the Elite Marti Report.

The Eliminator boasts the correct matching-numbers Boss 302ci DOZE engine, along with the correct matching-numbers Ford Toploader 4-speed manual transmission. Built in Dearborn, MI, the Eliminator was sold new at Johnson Motors, Iowa Falls, IA, and put into service on March 28, 1970, per the filled-out registered owner’s manual.

The Eliminator also comes with its original Warranty Card, the aforementioned original owner’s manual (filled out by the dealer), an Elite Marti Report and two letters from Kevin Marti detailing the facts about the car, the original Lincoln Mercury invoice to Johnson Motors and a letter from noted Ford historian, Lois Emminger, dated November 12, 1986, about the Eliminator. Also included is an original 1970 Mercury Eliminator sales brochure, an original 1970 PPG Mercury paint chip chart, and original assorted articles and advertisements for the 1970 Eliminator.This 1987 Ferrari Testarossa is all-original and has less than 13,000 original miles. It recently had an extensive engine-out service at a Ferrari dealership. All service records are included, as well as the original tool kit. This red Testarossa is powered by a 4.9-liter 12-cylinder engine linked to a gated 5-speed manual transmission. It features Pininfarina designs, including the front air dam, magnesium wheels and horizontal side strakes. This Testarossa has been owned by the same dealer/collector for almost 25 years.This Lightning Rod Concept truck is coated in cherry metallic red. Its powered by a Triton 5.4-liter V8 engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission. Stretched, lowered and given a one-inch chop to its roofline, this truck also includes twin horizontal neon headlamps that flank a recessed aluminum grille. It also sports a leather-wrapped tonneau cover that’s die-cut with a traditional tattoo of the native New Zealand Maori tribe. The vehicle runs and drives but is not DOT or EPA certified. It cannot be registered for highway use in the United States. A select offering from the Bryan Frank Collection. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE**

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