H&H declares its first private sales showcase a big success

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It looks like H&H Classic Auctions' bold departure from its core business paid off, the company reporting £1.4 million worth of orders at Motorexpo.

H&H held its first ever Private Sale Showcase of Supercars and Super Classics and displayed 20 cars over the course of the week-long event at London's Canary Wharf.

The line-up included one of the 20 Lamborghini Reventóns built, a trio of Ferraris, Ford GT, a sextet of Jaguars including a brand new Lightweight E-Type (for an explanation of what that's all about, click here), Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Drophead, a pair of Bentley Continentals, an ex-Works Mini Cooper 'S' and a Frazer Nash Le Mans Replica.

H&H marketing manager Richard Caton said: "We were delighted to have the opportunity of creating this exciting new element for such a proven event, and thereby gain exposure to a whole new sector of collectors’ car buyers - people that we might never get to meet through our extensive programme of auction events.

"They proved to be rewardingly receptive to what we had to offer and achieving over £1.4 million worth of orders at our first attempt was most encouraging."

Comments

tazzboy

how i wish im there and have a good time, i did not go because i have lots of work to do so it's kinda sad for me. But congratulations for them because it's a big success. On the other hand, it would be great if they launch again an event and showcase also some of car parts like parts for volvo, parts for vw, parts for ford and etc.

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