Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Sunday on Display: FCCS Highlight of Day Two

Sunday at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale saw the return of the Future Collector Car Show (FCCS) to Arizona. FCCS has close ties to the Journal, as it began in 2015 by the Collector Car Network which consists of,, and us. As part of the Barrett-Jackson family, this is something we have been excited to see all year. The show highlights the next generation of classics and collectibles in a family friendly environment. This year our very own Andy Reid was honored with being the lead judge.

Show field at FCCS

Sunday’s activities for Barrett-Jackson put the 2023 Future Collector Car Show presented by Meguiar’s in the spotlight. Held on the Polo Field, the show featured over 100 future collectibles, but ultimately it was a 2002 Honda S2000 that earned the Best of Show title. Among the other judges at the event were renowned automotive photographer Larry Chen, TV personality Bogi Lateiner and YouTuber TJ Hunt. Barrett-Jackson Chairman/CEO Craig Jackson and City of Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega were on hand to welcome participants and congratulate the winners.

From left to right: Craig Jackson, Andy Reid, FCCS Best of Show winner David Plinn, Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega, Dustin Willams and TJ Hunt.

Continuing its tradition of blending automotive culture with the world of fashion, FCCS at Barrett-Jackson hosted a fashion show produced by Luxe and City. The winning stylist, Lamark Cole, received a $1,000 cash prize in addition to a complimentary showcase at Arizona Fashion Week later this year, and also will be able to judge Collection of the Year during that event.

In the next few days we will bring you a more detailed recap of the Future Collector Car Show from our writers who attended. You can continue to follow the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction updates on the Journal by clicking the link here.

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