A 2,000 horsepower 1970 Dodge Challenger was selected Best in Show from a group of 50 vehicles at the Barrett-Jackson auction this past weekend in Scottsdale, Arizona, and awarded the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Cup. The Challenger was among five finalists, including a ’32 Ford Tudor, ’55 Chevrolet Bel Air, ’63 Chevrolet Bel Air Wagon, and a ’70 Ford F-100 Pickup.
“Congratulations to every builder who was a part of this year’s Barrett-Jackson Cup,” said Barrett-Jackson Chairman and CEO Craig Jackson. “Each vehicle in this year’s elite competition raised the bar for custom automotive design and engineering. The ability for these craftsmen
A custom 1970 Dodge Challenger boasting 2,000 horsepower was crowned “Ultimate Best in Show” for the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Cup, the auction company’s custom car competition held during the recent Scottsdale, Arizona, auction.
Sponsored by eBay Motors, the Barrett-Jackson Cup hosted a field of 50 vehicles whose builders competed for a $10,000 top prize and a trophy. More than 25,000 fans cast votes for the five finalists, which were chosen by company chief executive Craig Jackson and president Steve Davis, along with auto-company representatives, with the top vote-getter winning the Ultimate Best of Show.
Besides the winning Challenger, the finalists were
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