H&H Classics, a specialist auction house for the sale of collector cars and motorcycles, will hold an auction on March 29 in Europe’s largest historic aviation center, the Imperial War Museum Duxford. Onsite buyers will be surrounded by history in the spectacular museum atmosphere, marrying aviation and automotive history into one incredible event.
Online buyers can expect an equally exciting event online via Proxibid’s live bidding platform. On Proxibid, buyers can hear and see the auctioneer in real time, transferring the excitement of the live auction online.
While every vehicle in the event is highly collectible, a few catalog highlights include:
- 1964 Ferrari 330 GT Nembo Spider: Sold at no reserve to benefit the East Anglian Air Ambulance Service, the car is widely regarded as the fourth and final Nembo Spider produced—the only right-hand drive car and sole 330-series 4-litre V12 powered example.
- 1958 Ferrari 250GT PF Coupe Rebodied as a LWB California Spyder: This custom vehicle is offered by one of the UK’s foremost Ferrari collectors. Est: £600,000 – 800,000.
- 2004 Aston Martin DB7 Zagato: With just one former owner and 4,700 miles from new, this Aston Martin is finished in Tungsten Silver with Royal Blue upholstery. Est: £250,000 – 280,000.
- 1965 Ferrari 330 GT 2+2: This example is only one of 453 left hand drive series 1 cars made and supplied to the US, and is restored to a high standard. Est: £200,000 – 240,000.
- 1947 Bentley MK VI Vanden Plas Drophead Coupe: A former barn find, the Bentley on offer has been fully restored. Est: £100,000 – 120,000.
- 1993 Ferrari 512 TR: Provided with full documentation of ownership, this vehicle was supplied new to footballer Mark Hateley (Rangers) and has covered just 30,200 miles from new. Est: £135,000 – 155,000.