In the latest episode of “The Drive with Alan Taylor,” Taylor invites Craig Jackson, chairman and chief executive of Barrett-Jackson, to talk about the auction house’s inaugural Houston auction being held September 16-18.
Jackson lists a few of the docket’s notable cars, including a pair of 2019 Ford GTs, a trio of 2005-06 Ford GTs, a 1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 once owned by Stirling Moss and a 1988 BMW M3 previously owned by Paul Walker.
Later, guest Lauren Fix, editor-in-chief for Car Coach Reports, joins the show from the race track as she tests her 2000 Jaguar that was a Trans Am championship car.
The duo wraps up the show talking about their excitement for the SEMA show in November and how to watch out for “flood cars” that are on sale.
[00:00:00] – The Playoffs!
[00:06:20] – Nissan Frontier
[00:12:32] – 300 Horsepower is Enough
[00:19:53] – Getting the Jump on the F Series
[00:35:58] – Houston Here I Come!
[00:42:19] – Barrett-Jackson Inaugural Auction
[00:48:47] – No Reserves!
[00:54:53] – End of the Era
[01:02:14] – Provenance
[01:10:36] – SEMA & AAPEX
[01:18:17] – Flood Cars
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