NEW PLACES, NEW FACES: Follow Along With Barrett-Jackson On The Next Road Tour

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Barrett-Jackson does more than just auction incredible cars, we like to drive them too — that’s why we created our very own Road Tours.

Barrett-Jackson Road Tours are like a huge reunion among family and friends. The camaraderie established on the tour is so strong that even if you don’t know anyone before the trip, you will feel as if you have known the other participants forever by the end of the first nightly gathering. It’s also a great way to bond with your father, son, significant other or your best friend who keeps calling “shotgun.”

The next adventure starts on September 16, 2022, at the Vehicle Vault in Parker, Colorado. The tour will span more than 2,200 miles through mountain passes and the High Plains before ending on September 24, 2022, around Des Moines, Iowa with a visit to three incredible car collections.

“Our auctions are the heartbeat of this hobby, but the Barrett-Jackson experience encompasses so much more. Our Collector Car Road Tours are another example of how the Barrett-Jackson experience brings this community together to enjoy our shared passion for collector cars,” said Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. “We have some incredible stops and activities planned throughout the September 2022 Tour. It promises to be a fun way to enjoy the camaraderie of fellow collectors and make memories that will last a lifetime.”

What makes Road Tours so special is that they provide guests the opportunity to drive their own collector vehicles and experience automotive museums, famous racing facilities, private car collections and automotive shops that aren’t open to the public, while taking in the beauty of America’s scenic routes through Steamboat Springs, Colorado; Park City, Utah; Yellowstone National Park; Jackson Hole and Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming; and Black Hills, South Dakota.

While the September 2022 Road Tour is sold out, you can still follow along with daily recap videos of the tour’s 50 participants driving their collector vehicles and see the stops they make along the way. Visit the Barrett-Jackson Road Tour website for information on the next adventure.