H&H Classics are delighted to present a few historical highlights...
The world's first ever classic car LIVE auction online took place at H&H Classics, Warrington on 2nd February 2019. With 69% sold on the day and over 50,000 catalogue views in presale build up.
More than a 1,000 visitors keen to see the 290+ entries on sale, helped to make this 80%-sale the largest, stand-alone bike auction in company history. This also resulted as the highest grossing with bike figures firmly over the £1m sale mark.
H&H Online is launched - one of the first Online Bidding and Trading platforms introduced by a long-term market leader in the classic vehicle auction industry.
The ex-Colin McRae Impreza WRC97 achieved a world record for any Subaru sold at auction at £250,750. This figure is over fifty percent higher than the previous world record for a Subaru - achieved at the first ever RAC Woodcote Park auction, in partnership with the Motor Sport Hall of Fame 2017.
Sold for £609,500 - the 1964 Ferrari 330GT Nembo Spider donated to the East Anglian Air Ambulance sells at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford auction in March 2017.
First Auction Held at Donington Park
H&H Classics are delighted to announce the sale at auction of two of the world’s rarest Ferraris for a total of £9,758,320 (including fees), the proceeds of which will go directly towards helping the RNLI’s volunteer crews save lives at sea.
Held the first Auction at the re-launched Chateau Impney Hillclimb
First Auction Held at Chateau Impney
First Auction Held at Haynes International Motor Museum
First Auction Held at Imperial War Museum Duxford
First Auction Held at The National Motorcycle Museum
Sold The Dick Van Dijk Collection
Held the first Auction at Race Retro
First Auction held in London
Sold The John Atkins Collection
First H&H Auction