Behind the Hobby: Collector Car Symposiums at the 2023 Scottsdale Auction

Traditionally, a symposium is the discussion of a topic with several speakers before an audience. Barrett-Jackson will be offering a variety of collector car symposiums at the 2023 Scottsdale Auction, January 21-29, that will give audience members unique perspectives and deep insight on a wide variety of automotive-related topics. The symposiums are open to all and included with admission to the auction at WestWorld.

Held in the South Showcase on-site at the auction, the symposiums will include some big names in the industry, celebrities, influencers and more.

Here is a complete symposium schedule – join Barrett-Jackson for one or all. Remember to follow The Journal for all updates about the 2023 Scottsdale Auction.

Casey Mears to speak during Motorsports Legends Talk Track and Collectibles symposium.

Tuesday, January 24 – 11 a.m. to Noon
Predicting Tomorrow’s Collectibles

The future collectibles symposium will feature speakers Sean Morris from Toprank International Vehicle Importers, Jim Pickering and Jay Harden from Linkage Magazine, Sam Stockham of Mortgage Pros, Tyson Hugie from The Journal at ClassicCars.com and Craig Lieberman, “Fast & Furious” technical advisor.

Wednesday, January 25 – 11 a.m. to Noon
This Gang Knows Customs: A Look Inside the Volvo Named Iron Maven

Alan Taylor will moderate a discussion about the Volvo named Iron Maven built by Bogi Lateiner, with automotive TV personality Bogi Lateiner herself, hobbyist mechanic Sky Watson, Scott Doering from Volvo and Dave Kindig from Kindig-It Designs.

Thursday, January 26 – 11 a.m. to Noon
Collectibles: Truck vs. Car

Rusty Wallace to speak during Motorsports Legends Talk Track and Collectibles symposium.

This symposium will discuss classic, custom and modern Broncos with speakers Seth Burgett from Gateway Bronco, Dennis Collins from Collins Bros. Jeep, author Colin Comer and automotive TV personality Bogi Lateiner.

Friday, January 27 – 11 a.m. to Noon
Motorsports Legends Talk Track and Collectibles

This discussion features NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace, former NASCAR driver Casey Mears and former IndyCar driver Paul Tracy.

The ClassicCars.com Journal

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