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First 2016 Cadillac CT6 to be Auctioned for Charity

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Continuing with one of the best modern American traditions, General Motors is going to auction off the first production unit of the 2016 Cadillac CT6 for charity. Ford and Chrysler ado the same thing with the first production unit of their significant new models, raising millions of dollars every year through Barrett-Jackson for charity.

The 2016 Cadillac CT6 will go under the hammer at BT’s Palm Beach collector’s event in a couple of days with all the proceeds from its sale going to the Detroit-based Karmanos Cancer Institute which a unique, integrated center of research, patient care and education dedicated to the prevention, early detection, treatment and eventual eradication of cancer.

The CT6 will be joined by other remarkable cars from GM, including a special-built 2015 Chevrolet Camaro COPO Racecar VIN 001 which will be auctioned off to help build running programs and marathon opportunities for disabled veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and a Tony Stewart “Smoke” Edition 396 Chevelle, to benefit the Darrell Gwynn Foundation which helps those living with paralysis.

Over the years, and in cooperation with the big three car makers in America, Barrett-Jackson has raised more than $83 million for numorous charities.

“So many lives are directly touched by the auction of charity vehicles here at Barrett-Jackson,” said Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson. “I’m absolutely thrilled that the auction can be a platform to help deserving charities while also promoting their selfless work to an international audience.”

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