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No Reservations | What It’s Like to Sell a Car at Barrett-Jackson

By Steve Magnante

 

Faithful Redline readers will recognize my name as a regular contributor to this esteemed site devoted to all things wonderful and Dodge. But to newcomers, my name is Steve Magnante and I’m also a regular on-stage vehicle commentator at the world-famous Barrett-Jackson collector car auctions on Fox Sports 1 (formerly Speed).

 

Barrett-Jackson produces four auctions annually, but the Scottsdale, Arizona, show is by far the greatest, and the recent January event was no disappointment, with $113 million generated by the sale of nearly 1,400 collector vehicles of virtually every description. The top-selling Chrysler family product was the 1954…

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No Reservations | What It’s Like to Sell a Car at Barrett-Jackson

Dodge Girls Do Have More Fun!

 

Elana Scherr is an automotive PR professional who resides in Los Angles. Her daily responsibilities include developing and initiating strategic communication programs at Kahn Media for host of clients including major players in the high-performance aftermarket business. However, this attractive 33 year doesn’t sit behind a desk all day working on power point presentations and crafting press releases. On the contrary, Elana can be found mixing it up with the boys at the drag strips and autocross tracks throughout the southwest in her big-block powered 1970 Dodge Challenger.

 

She…

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Dodge Girls Do Have More Fun!