Duxford, an his­toric air­field, was the per­fect lo­ca­tion for what proved to be a high-fly­ing auc­tion

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Buying & Selling -

H&H’s first trip of the year to Duxford ap­pealed to a wide au­di­ence. Whether it was a Brighton Runel­i­gi­ble De Dion, a pre-war Armstrong Sid­de­ley, a fab­u­lous re-bod­ied 1960s Fer­rari or even a Ford Zo­diac Ex­ec­u­tive MkIV, H&H had them on the lot.

Un­sur­pris­ingly the Fer­rari 330GT Nembo Spi­der made the high­est price of the day, but there was a lot of in­ter­est in the lovely 1938 Mor­ris 8 in beau­ti­fully orig­i­nal or­der, which was away at less than four grand.

Else­where, a col­lec­tion of Armstrong Sid­de­leys, along with a trio of later Bee­tles, all made good, firm sums.

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