The hammer came down on nearly every car crossing the auction block during the 17th Annual Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach auction at the South Florida Fairgrounds last month. 632 vehicles sold for more than $30M—a 98.9% sell-through-rate. This marked Barrett-Jackson’s largest three-day auction to date with a record number of collector cars. Craig Jackson, Chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson, believes this year’s event was one for the history books and noted “the atmosphere on Super Saturday in Palm Beach felt like it did back in Scottsdale, with excitement fueled in part by the sale of dozens of world-class Resto-Mods.” Barrett-Jackson also raised more than $500K for charity through the sale of three cars. Driving in millions of viewers on Motor Trend TV and Discovery, the auction received 18 hours of national TV coverage. See more at barrett-jackson.com.