"Least expensive" isn't really relevant in these auctions because these get bid up to astronomical sums. So, really, "least expensive" means waiting until you can buy one from a dealer. In that case, I think a Bronco (starting from $30K) will be less than a TRX, as will a Mach 1 (positioned below the GT 500).
Barrett-Jackson also has a pristine 2009 Hummer H3T in the auction which is the vehicle the new Hummer EV was patterned after. These are very rare and that one has every option. It would be cool to have those displayed together.
and all of these are for great causes. I'm a Mopar guy, but celebrate all automakers making these types of donations! We all need to find little ways to "Pay it Forward" and make the world the way we want it to be one little bit at a time.
Well, I guess this confirms the fact that I am an old car guy. None of them are of any interest to me. Brendan thanks for this, it's a great PR thing for Barrett Jackson, they started doing this a few years ago when I watched the auction on television.
Maybe the Bronco, although I would need to do something about those ugly black wheels. The Mustang would be of interest, but only as a convertible (which they probably will not produce). No interest in yet another four-door truck, especially an electric one; nor, for a huge desert-runner, as competent as it is at that. The Cadillacs would be fun to drive, but I think they are RWD-only, maybe.