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.

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Porsche 911 Turbo TechArt

- Finished in Black with Black leather interior - 39,914 miles from new and 4 previous keepers - Freshly serviced by Porsche and MOT'd into March 2018 People buy Porsche 911s for many reasons but, whatever the model or colour, they represent a silent statement about the owner; more so than any run-of-the-mill car is ever likely to manage. Yet, effective as they are straight from the factory, there is no shortage of aftermarket organisations able to add whatever personal touch its keeper requires. One such specialist is TechArt, who describes itself as `the world's number one Porsche tuner, that combines high-tech design and manufacturing process with the highest quality materials, to present a truly unique bespoke vehicle that defines your personality and character into the vehicle that you drive'. So now we get an inkling into the worlds of the five owners of `K7 SHK', a notably eye-catching 996 Turbo that's benefited from the TechArt treatment. The aerokit adds to the car's naturally purposeful look, as do the large diameter black-painted wheels that are shod with a suitably sporting pattern of Continental tyres. Red-finished brake calipers add a lift to the exterior, while Red seatbelts have a similar effect on the inside. The overall effect is of a car that's just dying to be driven and one that will impress wherever it goes. The mileage from new is a mere 39,914 - a figure that's supported by the service stamps of Porsche dealers. The last bout of maintenance was carried out in March this year - just 26 miles ago! The car is now being offered complete with a collection of invoices, original pack of handbooks and service record, and an advisory-free MOT that's valid into March of next year. What's not to like? The all-wheel drive 996 Turbo debuted at the 1999 Frankfurt Salon and is powered by a water-cooled, twin-turbo, flat-six engine of 3.6-litres, that's a direct development of the Le Mans-winning Porsche GT1 of the previous year.Read more

  • GBRUnited Kingdom
  • 12d 17h
Low estimate
40 000 GBP

Rolls-Royce 25/30 Saloon

- Finished in silver matched to a red leather interior with Park Ward limousine coach work - Supplied new to a Mr Ralph Clifford Lynn esq, a comedy actor from Manchester - Previously UK registered as 'DLT 428' and offered with a copy of its US title plus chassis card records Further info: Maintaining its policy of offering one 'Large' and one 'Small' model (the terms being purely relative!), Rolls-Royce introduced the 20/25 in 1929 as a successor to the outgoing 20 hp. Though the newcomer was intended to appeal to owner drivers, many examples were in fact sold to customers with chauffeurs. Power came from an enlarged version of the straight-six unit used in the 20 hp. Now of 3699cc, it made for swifter acceleration and a higher top speed - up to 75mph, depending on the chosen body. The four speed manual gearbox featured the manufacturer's traditional right-hand change and was equipped with synchromesh on the top two ratios from 1932 onwards. The substantial chassis sported rigid axles front and rear suspended on semi-elliptic leaf springs. The four-wheeled braking was mechanically servo assisted. In 1936, the company opted to increase performance once more, further enlarging the engine to 4257cc to create the so-called 25/30, of which 1201 examples were made before the model was superseded by the Wraith in 1938. Like most Rolls-Royces, the 25/30 starred on the silver screen, most notably in 'The Naked Truth' and 'Death on the Nile'. This charming 25/30 is finished in silver matched to a red leather interior and features Park Ward limousine coach work to body number 4225. Supplied new to a Mr Ralph Clifford Lynn esq. who was a comedy actor from Manchester best remembered for playing comedy parts in the Aldwych farces, first on stage and then in film. Featuring a central division and fold out picnic tables, 'GGN 27' had resided in the USA for a long period before recently retuning to the UK. Having previously been UK registered as 'DLT 428' the Rolls Royce is offered with a copy of the US title, chassis card records, bill of sale and offers the opportunity to acquire an attractive Rolls Royce with an interesting history. PLEASE NOTE: This lot is not offered with the flying lady mascot as pictured however does include a town cap.Read more

  • GBRUnited Kingdom
  • 8d 17h
Low estimate
28 000 GBP

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