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Top 10: H&H auction cars

One of the last classic car auctions of 2015 is the H&H sale being held at Chateau Impney, Worcestershire on Wednesday, December 9th.  And with 150 lots set to go under the hammer, there’s no shortage of choice for anyone looking for their next classic vehicle.

Buyers will be charged a premium of 12% on top of the sale price, so make sure you take this into account when budgeting. Meanwhile, check out our pick of ten of the most tempting lots waiting to be snapped up. For more details, go to: www.classic-auctions.com.

Paul Guinness, Contributor

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1960 Heinkel Type 153 – estimate £5000-£6000

To find one of the most iconic ‘bubble cars’ available nowadays with a lower-end estimate of just £5000 is unusual, given how values have soared in recent years. But that’s the case with this original-looking Heinkel, an unrestored example that’s covered only 7000 miles and has had just the one owner from new. It has been dry stored for many years but looks to be a very solid example of its type, making it an ideal project for any microcar fan. The Heinkel is powered by a 200cc single-cylinder engine, so don’t go expecting much in the way of performance…

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