Barrett-Jackson 2018: Famous van from hit TV show among the cars being auctioned in West Palm  


Listen up, auto lovers! The 16th annual Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Auction is coming to West Palm April 12 through April 15 at the South Florida Fairgrounds. Barrett-Jackson isn’t just the largest collector-car auction in South Florida, it’s also a supporter of charitable organizations nationwide, having raised more than $93 million through the sale of sick vehicles.

»SEE THE CARS: Photos from Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach 2018 

In addition to the hundreds of classic, performance and iconic rides, this year’s auction includes a celebrity van. The 1967 Volkswagen 21 Window Samba Bus, from the famous TV sitcom “That ‘70s Show,” will be up for grabs. 

On “That ‘70s Show, the van was Ashton Kutcher’s love bus, which was often occupied by his cast members Mila Kunes, Topher Grace, Wilmer Valderrama and Laura Prepon. The van comes with a “That ‘70s show” handbag signed by some of the cast members. 

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“This will be our best Palm Beach lineup ever, especially with John Staluppi’s immaculate collection of American cars from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. The great docket, combined with the vehicles we will be auctioning for charity, will make this year’s Palm Beach Auction truly memorable,” said Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. More than 140 vehicles, currently housed in Staluppi’s North Palm Beach Cars of Dreams Museum, will be up for auction.

An All Week Pass ($80 in advance, $95 at the gate for adults) will gain you entry to each day’s festivities, or you can buy tickets for individual days (prices start at $20 for adults).


If you go

What: 2018 Barrett-Jackson Auction

Where: South Florida Fairgrounds, 9067 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach; 561-793-0333 

When: April 12 through April 15

Info, tickets: Purchase tickets heresee schedule here.


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