H&H Classics reports that its recent Live Auction Online produced more than £700,000 ($863,325) in sales with a more than 70 percent sell-through rate. The top sale of the online event was a 1934 Alvis Speed 20 SB Vanden Plas 2-door saloon, one of only 8 known to still survive, for £103,500 ($127,650).
H&H Classics said the sale drew 473 bidders and that one-third of the cars sold were sold for more than their pre-auction estimated value.
Among other top sales at the auction was a 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL with left-hand drive that brought £74,750 ($92,190).
Among motorcycles, a 1965 Velocette Thruxton sold for £20,125 ($24,820) and a 1953 Ariel Square Four, formerly owned by Scottish sidecar champion Jock Taylor, went for £12,650 ($15,602).
For more information, visit the H&H Classics website.