Historics at Brooklands Specialist Classic & Sportscar Auctioneers
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With its home at the Brooklands Museum, Britain's most evocative motoring arena, Historics auction house is now firmly established for the sale and purchase of the finest historic, classic and sports cars and motoring memorabilia.
Historics independent auctioneers brings together a wealth of specialist motoring experience and with the endorsement from the Brooklands Museum Trust Ltd, aims to preserve and extend the tradition of some of motorings' most prestigious names.
Besides an interest in renowned marques such as Bentley, Ferrari, Aston Martin, Mercedes-Benz, Rolls-Royce, Porsche and Jaguar, Historics will welcome the opportunity to offer advice, expertise and enthusiasm to anyone looking to buy or sell any classic car at auction.
Our staff are standing by to discuss the best way to manage your classic car and look forward to your call.
A selection of auction lots from the September Brooklands Motor Museum sale
Launched at the London Motor Show in 1958, the Aston Martin DB4 emphatically demonstrated that a British manufacturer could better the Italians... more info
There is little doubt that Ferrari made superlative touring cars as typified by the 250 series of cars, the 275 and latterly the 365 in all its... more info
Launched at the Mayfair Hotel, London on 23 September 1935, this was the first model to carry the Jaguar name. When the car was revealed to the... more info
Introduced in 1962, the Sebring was one of the final manifestations of the landmark 3500 GT which had been the linchpin of Maserati's program... more info
We all know that Enzo Ferrari called the Series I Roadster “the most beautiful car in world”, that it came in three or four incarnations and... more info
Introduced at the October 1988 Birmingham Motor Show to almost universal acclaim, the Virage was the first new Aston Martin for eighteen years.... more info
The Mini needs little introduction; from the early days of the Mk. I and Mk. II through to the acquisition of Austin Rover by BMW and the advent... more info
The 1950 MG TD combined the TC's drivetrain, a modified hypoid-geared rear axle, the MG Y-Type chassis, a familiar T-Type style body and independent... more info