Globally celebrated collector auto auction company Barrett-Jackson has become synonymous with the world’s ‘go to’ place for ultimate automotive finds.

The company’s recent Scottsdale event drew celebrities who rubbed shoulders with the ultra-rich as well as thousands of regular folk who were drawn to the auto eye candy. In the crowd was Moray Keith, owner of Dueck Auto Group and the Dueck Vintage Garage.

A B.C. resident, Keith’s love affair of all things automobile is well known and his own collection of vintage automobiles includes a number of Barrett-Jackson purchased finds, seven of which will be featured on display at the 2016 Vancouver International Auto Show, March 23-27 at Vancouver Convention Centre West.

1980 Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible

1980 Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible

1980 Rolls Royce Corniche Convertible once owned by Dean Martin.
One of Hollywood’s most beloved entertainers, Dean Martin, purchased this Rolls Royce new in 1981. The Georgian Silver and black car was later owned by another actor, Dennis Farina until his death in 2013. The car still has Dean Martin’s original plates, “Dinos RR”. The Keith family purchased the vehicle for their Dueck Vintage Garage at Barrett Jackson’s 2014 Scottsdale event.

1950 Cadillac Series 60

1950 Cadillac Series 60

1950 Cadillac Series 60. This extremely special vehicle is from the Reggie Jackson Collection and is a true survivor car, completely original with only light cosmetic touch ups. The seats are still covered in plastic, a popular tradition of the time. The odometer shows just over 30,000 miles. Purchased at Barrett Jackson Las Vegas in 2011.

1961 Corvette. This spectacular red 1961 Corvette convertible features white coves and has undergone a meticulous restoration. Undisputedly one of the most iconic, and sought after cars of all time. Powered by a 283 automatic it is a rare vehicle. Purchased in 2010.

1955 Chevy Hot Rod Pick Up Truck. This graphite metallic pearl ’55 pickup was completed in 2010 by Good Guy’s Nostalgia and has a number of high profile awards. Under the hood, it features a new Corvette LS2 engine, 4L60E 4-­‐ speed automatic transmission, customized chassis with GM suspension. Purchased at Barrett Jackson in 2011.

1966 Chevy Pro Street Nova

1966 Chevy Pro Street Nova

1966 Chevy Pro Street Nova. A true street muscle car, this ’66 Nova has been featured on the cover of Chevy Magazine. It’s had significant customization done, including improving the exterior style with the installation of a ‘67 Nova front clip. The two-­‐tone paint (burgundy and black cherry) really catches the light. Purchased at Barrett Jackson in 2013.

1954 Chevrolet Belair. Perhaps the most iconic 1950s car ever built, the ’54, ’55 and ’56 Chevy’s epitomize retro styling. This stunning 1954 example is powered by a split manifold six-cylinder engine with automatic transmission. Purchased at Barrett Jackson in 2012.

1969 Camaro SS Convertible. Originally bought at Barrett-Jackson in 2011 this vehicle has undergone an extensive customization and rotisserie restoration that includes an impressive 502ci – 650 hp big block Chevy engine coupled to a five-speed Tremec transmission.

All seven of the Dueck Vintage Garage “Cars of Barrett Jackson” will be featured in the upper concourse of the show. As part of the celebration, one lucky visitor will win a trip for two to an upcoming Barrett-Jackson event.

keith [dot] morgan [at] drivewaybc [dot] ca

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