H&H Classics Limited
H&H was established in 1993 as a specialist auction house dedicated solely to the sale of collectors’ motorcars and motorcycles. Today, the company can prides itself on its continuous trading history which exceeds that of any UK rival. H&H specialise in a diverse range of vehicles; everything from 1890s London to Brighton runners through to 1990s Formula 1 cars not to mention a variety of iconic motorcycles and holds a considerable number of world record auction prices.
H&H is operated by hands-on enthusiasts and specialist valuers, they are known for being the most knowledgeable in the industry.
H&H holds regular sales at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Pavilion Gardens, Buxton, Chateau Impney, Droitwich Spa and Rockingham Castle, Leicestershire but is headquartered near Warrington, Cheshire.
Objects "H&H Classics Limited"
- Notably early R107-series SL dating from the second year of production - 4 former keepers (one of whom had it for 27 years), Beige upholstery, hardtop - 124,000 recorded miles, Auto, Chocolate soft-top, handbooks, MOTs back to 1977Read more
- Low estimate
- Show bid8 000 GBP
- Extensively restored inc. new front wings, 'A' panels, bonnet, boot lid, doors, respray, etc. - Recently fitted with new SU carburettor, carpets and boot trim - MOT'd until November 2017 and offered with history file, original bill of sale, restoration photographs, etc.Read more
- Finished in Dark Blue with a Cream leather interior - 97,500 recorded miles and just 2 previous keepers - Offered with original book pack with handbooks, service book and full tool kit - Said to run and drive 'excellent' and offered with a fresh MOT - 9 service stamps all by Evans Halshaw Jaguar in Stoke on TrentRead more
- Low estimate
- Show bid2 000 GBP
- Low estimate
- Show bid1 800 GBP
- c.300 miles from new, top specification - Z07 upgrade package, manual transmission - Laguna Blue with Black hide 'Think of the Corvette Z06 as the most amazing version of a sports car that is already amazing by anyone's measure.' Car And Driver The new C7 incarnation of Chevrolet's long-running Corvette debuted at the North American Auto Show at the beginning of 2013. The design, available in both targa coupe and convertible form with manual or automatic transmission, retained the traditional rear-drive front-engine layout coupled with a more angular body shape mixing the familiar glass fibre with carbon fibre, now bristling with aerodynamic aids. Great strides were also made in improving the fit and finish of the interior, whilst the electronics package provided everything and more for the serious driver including a Cosworth-developed Performance Data Recorder with video and audio, and telemetry with Track, Sport, Touring and Performance data display depending on your mood! The ultimate specification was the Z07 Performance Package, as fitted to this manual transmission example, which had been introduced in 2015. The supercharged 6.2-litre LT4 V8 power unit now produced some 650bhp and 650lb/ft of torque driving through a 7-speed Tremec manual transmission, featuring selectable drive modes and Active Rev Matching. Revised suspension geometry, Michelin Sport Cup runflat tyres, Brembo ceramic brakes, adjustable rear spoiler, electronically controlled limited slip differential and other aerodynamic goodies helped keep the prodigious performance in check. Finished in a stunning shade of Laguna Blue with Black hide interior, black aluminium wheels and dark grey calipers, this extremely low mileage Z07 optioned example, has previously formed part of an important collection of supercars and is offered with less than 300 miles recorded. The car's comprehensive specification further includes the Carbon Fibre Exterior Styling Pack, Battery Protection Pack and Performance Data Recorder. UK registered, this amazing Corvette is accompanied by its wallet, book pack and Swansea V5 document.Read more
- Low estimate
- Show bid70 000 GBP
- Sold new and first registered to a lady in Jersey, Channel Islands, in October 1965, and showing just 35,000 miles on the odometer - Imported into England in 1993 and only two recorded keepers since - Restored in the early 1990's, engine and gearbox rejuvenated in 2004, and repainted again in 2016 This wonderfully coloured Daimler V8 250 was first registered in Jersey in October 1965 as J53, latterly changing to J14907 at some point, all according to the Certificate of Origin on file from April 1993. It is unknown how long the lady first owner retained the car, but in May 1993 it was registered to a lady in Chippenham, Wiltshire. The last recorded change of ownership occurred in December 2000 when the car was registered to a gentleman in Eastleigh, Hampshire. Before the car ventured to England, dated photographs reveal the car was comprehensively restored in the early 1990's, and our vendor informs us that the car received more restorative work including a "glass-out repaint in September 2016 by a multi-award winning bodyshop in London". Between these occasions, invoices from 2004 in the superbly presented history folder show the engine having received significant repairs (pistons, re-ground crank-shaft, new bearings, and de-coke and re-face of the cylinder heads), and also a "full rebuild to Borg Warner 35" in relation to the automatic gearbox. The odometer shows just over 35,000 miles and the vendor believes this is all the car has covered from new due to it remaining in Jersey for 28 years, plus the quantity of previous MOT certificates on file. Described by the vendor as being in "very good" condition with regards to its body and paint work, engine, transmission, and electrical equipment, with a "good" red leather interior.Read more
- Low estimate
- Show bid13 000 GBP