On May 7th, H&H auctions held its first London-based sale at Olympia. Of particular interest was a trio of Brabhams – two single-seaters and one sports car on offer. The most important of these was a BT4 chassis 3-62 originally campaigned in Australia by Bib Stillwell, winning the 1963 and 1964 Australian Gold Star championships. It sold for £100,000. The second attraction was one of the 12 BT8 sports cars built. Very rarely seen today, this one was chassis 2-65 that was originally owned by Bill Kay in the U.S. and driven by the late Peter Revson. At one time, it was crashed and some parts from chassis 1-65 were incorporated in the rebuild. Having recently shown itself well by finishing 2nd in the 2001 British GP historic support race, chassis 2-65 changed hands at H&H for £95,000. The third car, BT23B chassis 2, failed to sell.
Also on offer were a Kitchiner K3A F5000 car and a 1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SZ which was snapped up for £38,000.