A tasty trio of Porsches are amongst the early highlights of the forthcoming H&H Classics sale at the Imperial war Museum in Duxford.
The most modern of the three is a 2001 Porsche 911 GT2 Clubsport, one of only 16 examples supplied to the UK with just 55,000 miles and an estimate of £100,000-£130,000.
Next is a stunning 1987 Porsche 911 Carrera RS Evocation valued at £75,000-£85,000, followed by one of the most iconic poster cars of the 1980s, a 1980 Porsche 911 Turbo, with an estimate of £70,000-£80,000.
The sale’s most valuable lot will be a 1961 Jaguar E-Type 3.8 Competition Roadster, one of the very first competition Jaguar E-types ever built. Chassis 0007 led a relatively quiet racing career, compared to the six other examples built to Project ZP 537/24 specification, but was restored as an FIA compliant racer in 2002 and had since finished 4th at the 2006 Le Mans Classic and won its class during the Spa 6-hours.
Eligible for some of the world’s most prestigious vintage racing events, the Jaguar will cross the block with an estimate of £700,000-£900,000.
Further highlights from British manufacturers will include a 1977 Ford Capri 2.0 S and a 1981 Daimler Sovereign 4.2, both from the hit UK TV show Minder, estimated at £65,000-£85,000 and £35,000-£45,000 respectively; a 1973 Aston Martin V8 valued at £30,000-£40,000; and a 1971 Range Rover ‘Two Door’ priced at £21,000-£25,000.
Highlights from the sale’s motorcycle section already include a 1938 Norton ES2 valued at £12,000-£14,000; a 1976 Norton Commando MKIII priced at £9,500-£12,000; a 1931 Velocette KSS, valued at £8,000-£9,000; and a
The sale takes place on April 19-20.