H&H Haynes Motor Museum Auction

Highlights for H&H’s upcoming sale at the Haynes Motor Museum on October 12th.

1924 Bugatti Type 30 Tourer
Bought by a group of friends during the 1930s, WW2 resulted in the Bugatti being barn-stored for decades until entering its current family ownership. Rebodied as a dual-cowl tourer but retaining matching engine and chassis numbers, the Type 30 is a fine example of Ettore’s first straight-eight.
Estimate: £150,000-175,000

1939 Alvis Cadillac V16 Special
This intriguing aluminium-bodied special had been built on an Alvis chassis, it promises invigorating performance for those who can’t quite stretch to a Bentley 3/8 Special.
Estimate: £40,000-50,000

1953 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible
Among the fastest open four-seaters of its generation, the Series 62 Convertible was also a paragon of luxury. A real show stopper, this example is crammed with almost every period extra imaginable. The subject of an extensive restoration, this Caddy will be in demand.
Estimate: £65,000-70,000

1964 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spider
Of the 2225 Alfa Romeo 2600 Spiders made, just 105 were to right-hand drive specification. Styled by Touring, the model’s crisp lines were reminiscent of the Aston Martin DB4 Convertible. Owned by Roger Monk secretary of the AR2600/2000 International Club between 1976 and 2000, this particular RHD example is believed to have covered less than 50,000 miles from new.
Estimate: £18,000-22,000

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