Barrett-Jackson
Rookie Series

Barrett-Jackson
Rookie Series SparkNFT contents

All SparkNFTs in every Rookie Series pack are randomly assigned. All SparkNFTs in the Rookie Series are high quality digital images taken from the sales of 5 classic vehicles as they passed over the Barrett-Jackson auction block. The Rookie Series comprises 15 SparkNFTs in total, 3 per car featured. Every pack will contain 3 SparkNFTs for you to enjoy.
1971-Dodge-Challenger

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Year: 2021

Make: NFT

1971 Dodge Challenger R/T Custom Coupe

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Editions of each SparkNFT Minted: 500
Sequencing to begin at: 0001

BARRETT-JACKSON SALE OF A 1971 DODGE CHALLENGER R/T CUSTOM COUPE

This Motoclub SparkNFT commemorates the Barrett-Jackson sale of a 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T Custom Coupe and is available as the following Rookie Sparks: 3 x images
This 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T, powered by a 440ci V8 engine topped with three 2-barrel carburetors, has a distinguished history. Twice featured in the Mopar Collector’s Guide in 2007, it was one of 24 cars present at “Mopars at the Playboy Mansion.” Finished in Plum Crazy Purple, it was once owned by Barrett-Jackson CEO and Chairman Craig Jackson and had a Matchbox Collectibles toy made using its likeness. This R/T Custom Coupe sold for $85,500 at the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Houston Auction on September 18.

BARRETT-JACKSON SALE OF A 1940 FORD 5-WINDOW CUSTOM COUPE

This Motoclub SparkNFT commemorates the Barrett-Jackson sale of a 1940 Ford 5-Window Custom Coupe and is available as the following Rookie Sparks: 3 x images
Beautifully restored with postwar-era hot-rod styling, this 5-window coupe is powered by a 221ci V8, bored to .60 over and fitted with a mild Isky camshaft, Edelbrock cylinder heads and topped with a Road Runner Enterprises Weiand supercharger. Traditionally hot-rodded and expertly restored in period attire, it offers a combination of design and performance that gives it a particular presence, and attitude, that sets it apart from its contemporaries. Finished in Lyon Blue paintwork, this Ford 5-Window sold for $60,500 at the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Houston Auction on September 17.
1940-Ford-5-Window-Custom-Coupe
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Year: 2021

Make: NFT

1940 Ford 5-Window Custom Coupe

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Editions of each SparkNFT Minted: 500
Sequencing to begin at: 0001

1974-Datsun
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Year: 2021

Make: NFT

1974 Datsun 260Z

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Editions of each SparkNFT Minted: 500
Sequencing to begin at: 0001

BARRETT-JACKSON SALE OF A 1974 DATSUN 260Z

This Motoclub SparkNFT commemorates the Barrett-Jackson sale of a 1974 Datsun 260Z and is available as the following Rookie Sparks: 3 x images
Only available in the United States for the 1974 model year, this Datsun 260Z features the early front bumper and turn signal arrangement, before U.S. safety regulations brought in revisions prior to the car being discontinued. The factory 2.6-liter inline-6 engine delivers 139hp and is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. This mostly original 260Z was part of the Bryan Frank Collection. This Datsun sold for $30,800 at the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Houston Auction on September 17.

BARRETT-JACKSON SALE OF A 1962 JAGUAR MARK II

This Motoclub SparkNFT commemorates the Barrett-Jackson sale a 1962 Jaguar Mark II and is available as the following Rookie Sparks: 3 x images
Built in Coventry, England, and with an impressive motorsport record, the timeless Jaguar Mark II was produced between 1959 and 1967. This model is #4007 of 4,260 manufactured during the calendar year of 1961, but is titled as a 1962. Originally fitted with Jaguar’s XK engine, this car has been retrospectively fitted with the later 4.2-liter XJ6 unit with SU carburetors. Finished in Opalescent Silver-Gray, this Jaguar Mark II sold for $26,950 at the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Houston Auction on September 17.
1962-Jaguar-Mark-II
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Year: 2021

Make: NFT

1962 Jaguar Mark II

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Editions of each SparkNFT Minted: 500
Sequencing to begin at: 0001

1990-Yugo-GVC
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Year: 2021

Make: NFT

1990 Yugo GVC Convertible

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Editions of each SparkNFT Minted: 500
Sequencing to begin at: 0001

BARRETT-JACKSON SALE OF A 1990 YUGO GVC CONVERTIBLE

This Motoclub SparkNFT commemorates the Barrett-Jackson sale of a 1990 Yugo GVC Convertible and is available as the following Rookie Sparks: 3 x images
Generally treated with contempt due to Yugo’s reputation for poor quality control during its run in U.S. showrooms, the Yugo is now something of a cult car, and cultural icon of late ’80s motoring. This rare yellow GVC cabrio has covered just 370 miles from new, and was registered during the final year Yugos were imported from their plant in Eastern Europe. The Yugo carried the tagline, “Everybody needs a Yugo sometime.” This 1990 GVC Convertible sold for $12,100 at the 2021 Barrett-Jackson Houston Auction on September 18.