Thursday, January 20, 2011

Barrett-Jackson Sells First Rally Fighter for $100,000

The Rally Fighter, hive-collective designed by Local Motors, sold it's first vehicle for public consumption at Barrett-Jackson's Scottsdale auction for a cool $100,000.  The vehicle in question was #1 of 2000 to be produced and was offered as a charity listing for Cox Charities which benefits various children's charities the builder supports.

This seems like a disappointing finish considering the bespoke nature of the infinitely capable (yet street legal) offroader coupled with the fact that there was a stage full of at least a dozen kids present who presumably will benefit from the charitable nature of bidders.  I recall seeing some plain-Jane first-of-a-series cars or custom street rods go for $200,000+.  This seems to be one of the best deals of the auction.

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