H&H sale makes more than £3 million
Friday, 17 March 2023 at 10:45:00 UTC
Rolls-Royces star at H&H Duxford sale
H&H Classics sold more than £3 million of cars at its Imperial War Museum, Duxford sale. Among the strong sellers were two Rolls-Royces, one of them a 1968 Silver Shadow Drophead Coupe formerly owned by Sir Michael Caine that sold for £135,000.
The other Rolls-Royce was a 1975 Phantom VI that made £84,375, with £75,000 going to the Royal National Lifeboats Institute.
A 1923 Bentley 3 Litre Tourer that had been a race winner at Brooklands in period sold for £157,500, while a Porsche 911 Carrera Supersport Targa went for an over-estimate £72,565.
Damian Jones, senior motorcar specialist at H&H Classics, said: ‘We’re very pleased with the overall results. There were some real head-turning cars up for grabs.’
Also included in this sale was the Fast Road collection of modern classics that fetched a combined value of more than £800,000. Biggest seller from the collection was a 1988 Ford RS200 that made £160,000, while an Ultima GTR sold at £43,875.