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A 1948 Tucker Torpedo, from the collection of Chandler car collector Ron Pratte, sold for a record $2.9 million at the Barrett-Jackson auto Auction at Westworld in Scottsdale on Saturday. There were just 51 cars produced and about 38 of them are believed to be in existence. The car was made popular by the late 1980s Hollywood motion picture, "Tucker: A Man and His Dream," and was just the fourth one to go through the auction in its 41 years. (Photo courtesy of Barrett-Jackson)
A 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing, the model with the lowest known mileage at 4,100 miles on it sold for $2.5 million at the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction in Scottsdale on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of Barrett-Jackson)
The 1964 Miller-Meteor Cadillac hearse used to transport President John F. Kennedy’s body from Parkland Hospital to a waiting Air Force One sold for $160,000 at the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of Barrett-Jackson)
A 1947 Franay-bodied Bentley Mark VI Coachworks fetched $2.7 million at the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction in Scottsdale on Saturday. (Photo courtesy of Barrett-Jackson)
The sleek 1954 Desoto Adventurer II, formerly was owned by King Mohammed V of Morocco, sold for $1.3 million at the Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction in Scottsdale on Saturday. Only one of this vehicle was produced. (Photo courtesy of Barrett-Jackson)
Former Intel Corp. CEO Craig Barrett
Former Intel Corp. CEO Craig Barrett
teammates were honing their skills on the field the last two springs, all Josh Barrett could do was spend time in the training room, rehabilitating after shoulder surgery.
Jake Barrett didn’t do it all for Mesa Desert Ridge in its 5A nonregion battle with Gilbert Highland on Wednesday afternoon. He came close, but according to coach Pat Herrera he’s trying to do less.
GOING FOR TWO: Desert Ridge second baseman D.W. Warner gets the force-out on Highland base runner Trey Maldonado and fires to first for an inning-ending double play in the fifth, saving a run.
Varsity Xtra blog: Former Mesa Desert Ridge standout Jake Barrett did not reach an agreement with the Toronto Blue Jays before the MLB signing deadline, which means he's headed to ASU.
Jake Barrett and Tommy Joseph had plenty in common this past prep baseball season. The recent graduates of Mesa Desert Ridge and Scottsdale Horizon high schools, respectively, have another thing in common. They are projected to be high-round draft picks in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.
Horizon catcher Tommy Joseph figures to be drafted in the first three or four rounds of the 2009 MLB draft that takes place on June 9th-11th. June 6, 2009.
It's rare to see Jake Barrett struggle. But even when he did in the first inning on Tuesday, his teammates were there to pick him up.
SAN FRANCISCO - Intel Corp. chairman Craig Barrett, who steered the company through the dot-com meltdown as CEO and has become a high-profile advocate for expanding computing in the developing world, plans to retire in May, the company said Friday.
Interest was high last January at the Barrett-Jackson auto auction over a 1966 Ford Shelby Cobra 427.
AWARDEE: Bill O’Reilly talks with Sara O’Meara, of Childhelp, at the Barrett-Jackson car auction’s Childhelp Drive the Dream Gala at Scottsdale’s WestWorld.
DEAD MAN DRIVING: A 1959 Cadillac, known as “The Gagnon Murder Car,” is said to be the lowest mileage Cadillac from that year, because it sat as evidence for years. The car will be auctioned off at Barrett-Jackson today.
RARE: Interest is expected to be high today at the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction over a 1966 Ford Shelby Cobra 427, one of only two produced.