H&H has two auctions planned for Duxford in 2012 after the success of its inaugural outing at the Imperial War Museum last year.
The first (on 19 April, the second will be on October 4)) already has some interesting lots consigned including a 1982 De Lorean that was used in the promotion of Back to the Future and has covered just 326 miles from new.
Also going under the hammer is a 1970 Mercedes-Benz 280SE 3.5 Cabriolet, one of only 68 right-hookers built.
There is also a trio of Rolls-Royces: a one-of-13 1966 Silver Cloud III drophead coupe in concours condition, a one-owner 1963 Silver Cloud III James Young and a 1924 20hp Tourer sourced by renowned Rolls-Royce historian and author John Fasal, and in the care of WO Bentley’s step-grandson since 1986.
Being H&H, there is of course an Aston Martin DB6, this example being a 38,000-mile Mk2 Vantage.
Another low-mileage classic crossing the dais is a Jensen Interceptor MkIII with just 12,000 miles from new.
Four Jaguars on the lot list so far are a 1950 XK120 roadster, a MkV drophead coupe, a flat-floor E-type roadster and an expensively restored S3 E-type roadster.
For competition history there is the Singer Savoye Special, a four-time competitor at La Sarthe and a class winner there in 1938.
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