With plenty of blue-chip classics on offer sporting tempting estimates, the next H&H sale looks set to be a great one

With more than 100 classic and performance cars with a combined value exceeding £2 million destined for its 24 April sale, the H&H Classics Buxton auction promises to offer something for everyone.

Headlining the sale is a 1962 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 FHC, which has been dry-stored for 20 years and is said to require recommissioning, but is offered with no reserve.

A 1954 Bentley R-Type Drophead by Park Ward is one of just nine built and despite requiring recommissioning, is guided at £30,000–40,000, while a later 1973 T1 is offered in the usual shade of Larch Green and is estimated at £18,000–22,000.

This twin-engined Ford Model A speedster known as 'The Ballard Special' will be offered with a £60,000–80,000 estimate

This twin-engined Ford Model A speedster known as ‘The Ballard Special’ will be offered with a £60,000–80,000 estimate

There’s a 2001 Ferrari 360 Spider (main image) fresh from a recent £15,000 expenditure and temptingly offered with no reserve, but of more interest to many will be the 1984 Mercedes R107 280SL. Sold new in Cyrpus, owned and garaged by one family since new and including the factory hardtop, it carries a hefty £15,000–20,000 estimate.

With lots ranging from 1920s vintage to a 2014 BMW i8, the sale truly offers something for everyone – bids can be placed in person, online, by telephone or commission bid, with all details and the full catalogue available at www.handh.co.uk