Hot Wheels

| August 24, 2011 | Parties

Some 60,000 auto enthusiasts, including a fair share of celebs, rolled through the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction this year. Billed as “the world’s greatest” show of its kind, the three-day event grossed nearly $14 million in sales and, perhaps best of all, helped raise more than $850,000 for local and national charities, including O.C.’s own Childhelp, which provides child abuse treatment and prevention programs. It was the second year at the O.C. Fair & Event Center for the show, which features classic and custom cars, as well as hot rods and resto-mods. Photos by Reza Allah-Bakhshi


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