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Barrett-Jackson REVVED UP

Barrett-Jackson REVVED UP

  • Premiered: 
    September 10, 2020
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  • Network: FYI
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Plot Synopsis

Hosted by Barrett-Jackson Auction Company Chairman and CEO Craig Jackson and President Steve Davis, BARRET-JACKSON REVVED UP! is a one-hour series that features the best rides and biggest highlights from the world's greatest collector car auction: Barrett-Jackson. Strap in, hit the gas and come along for the ride as the best of the best go under the hammer in a high stakes, no-reserve auction where every car sells. Each year, thousands of the world's most sought-after, unique and valuable automobiles cross the Barrett-Jackson auction block. This series heads to the bright lights of Las Vegas, where over 670 vehicles were sold for a total of $33.3 million dollars. On Thursday, September 10, 2020 from 9pm-Midnight ET/PT, FYI premiered the first three episodes:

"Welcome to the Show" (9pm): Entry level rides to catch the eye but not break the bank! These cars are selling regardless of price. We're full throttle into auction action and discussing the emerging Japanese collector car market.

"Breaking Open the Vault" (10pm): An abundance of cars from the breathtaking Vault Portfolio on the docket -- featuring highly coveted, professionally crafted customs. We're also highlighting a 1947 Ford Super Deluxe: a recreation of the iconic car from THE KARATE KID.

"Bidding with Heart" (11pm): Action is heating up in Las Vegas as winning bids begin to hit six figures. The first charity car of the auction rolls across the block, an initiative that has always been a foundational principle to the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company. Will bids hit six figures for this one-of-a-kind NASCAR winner, owned by Roger Penske?