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Former Bandidos bikie Craig Jackson jailed over Broadbeach riot on Queensland's Gold Coast Updated December 13, 2013 13:00:09 A former Bandidos bikie has been sentenced to six months in jail over a brawl outside a restaurant on Queensland's Gold
Starting Thursday, Barrett-Jackson will host its sixth annual Las Vegas auction, where hundreds of gorgeous, rare, and unusual vehicles will go to the highest bidder. To find out how the leading auctioneer finds the cars, makes sure they're the real
Last updated on Wednesday, Mar. 13, 2013 08:05AM EDT Jupiter, Fla. The man who supervises Derf, Chisel, The Rev, and other caddies at the impeccably-maintained Loxahatchee Golf Club hereand I mean maintained that way in all departmentsis sitting in
The old' Meryl is a type we all recognise the grumpy, glass-half-empty person who's always in a bad mood...We tend to dismiss them as naturally negative but, according to research, these cynical types deserve more sympathy because they are actually
The misguided race to diagnose Newtown Journalists and psychologists alike risk flouting professional standards in the misguided race to diagnose the man behind a mass killing. Screenshot of Mailonline front page on Friday, December 14th At 9.41am on
Million Dollar Rooms they gave an inside look into Craig Jackson's million dollar garage. Jackson not only talks about the garage itself but about his cars as well (including his Bugatti).
They brought a 1971 Volkswagen Super Beetle convertible to sell in the no-reserve auction, which means there's no minimum bid. They paid $6,000 for the car two weeks ago. "It's like gambling. It's risky," Shawn Vetter said Tuesday after unloading the
Articles I recently spoke with Craig Jackson, chairman and CEO of Barrett-Jackson Auction Co., a leading auction company dealing in collectible cars. He thinks some of the next great cars at auction could be this generation of supercars, because they
For example, Adolf Hitler's parade car sold in 1950 for $153,000. Four decades later, it was auctioned for more than $12 million. And if it went to market today, it would probably fetch well over $20 million, a 130-fold increase in value. A
The Republic azcentral.com Crews have begun dismantling the Tony Nelssen Equestrian Center at WestWorld to make way for a nearly $43 million expansion project that will house both horse and horsepower events at the north Scottsdale showgrounds.