Barrett Jackson 2008: The Star of the Show

10 thoughts on “Barrett Jackson 2008: The Star of the Show

  1. awww… its a CSX-t. although thats the WRONG color for a 87 model, should be black. they were cool cars. 2.2 liter intercooled turbo. about 170 hp. but its SHELBY!!!

  2. i actually own a real turbo omni they are awesome though the maintanace is stupid and they are totally cooler then the shadows

  3. Actually all of you are wrong. It’s a 1989 Shelby CSX VNT. It was the first production car to ever have a variable nozzle turbo and it was rated at 174 hp. It also should have gold painted carbon fiber rims. They were all red and only 500 were made.

  4. Per Barrett Jqckson:

    Vehicle Details
    LotNumber 645.1
    Hammer Price 8500.00
    Year 1987
    CarMake CHRYSLER
    CarModel CSX
    CarStyle SERIES SHELBY PROTOTYPE
    ExteriorColor RED
    Interiorcolor GREY
    Cylinders 4
    Engine
    Transmission 4-SPEED MANUAL
    Summary Shelby Prototype for the Chrysler CSX Series. Hood is signed by Carroll Shelby. Prototype head included. Not street legal. Sold on Bill of Sale.
    Description Shelby Prototype for the Chrysler CSX Series. Hood is signed by Carroll Shelby. Prototype head included. Not street legal ***SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY***

  5. i was looking for that, to post, but i seen you have already beat me to it.

    btw the gold painted carbon fiber rims are called Fiber Rides.

  6. man. I stand corrected. Didn’t know it was a prototype. There is one definate mistake in that description though. No way is that car a 4 speed manual. There was never a 4 speed in any turbo Dodge or in any 2.2 for that matter. It probably has the Getrag 5 speed.

  7. i dont think b.j. makes millions of dollars and makes these kind of mistakes.

    its possible being a first year prototype .

  8. not really. B-J obviously made a mistake. There was no 4 speed transmission that could have been used. The last 4 speed 2.2 was in 84, and none were turbos. The Dodge Shadow, on which this car was built, was NEVER offered with a 4 speed manual transmission of any kind. I’d almost guarantee this has the A-555 5 speed transmission since it was introduced in 89 along with all of the other prototype powertrain parts this car has. If not, its a A523….also a 5 speed.

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