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1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B

1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B

1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B

In 1922 Hispano Suiza updated their model with a slightly larger engine and called the new model the H6B.

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In Detail

submitted by Richard Owen
type Series Production Car
built at France
predeccesor 1919 Hispano-Suiza H6
succeccesor 1924 Hispano-Suiza H6C
engine Inline-6

Auction Sales History

1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B


1925 Hispano-Suiza H6B Transformable Cabriolet Belvallette 11093 – sold for $319,000 Winner of the Breitling Grand Prix d’Innovation, Louis Vuitton Classic, Paris, 1992. Formerly the property of Arturo Keller. Quality restoration of a highly original car. Fully convertible body style, with variety of configurations. CCCA Full Classic™.
Auction Source: The Amelia Island Auction 2015 by Bonhams

1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B

1925 Hispano Suiza H6B Cabriolet Million Guiet 11138 – sold for €572,160 Rebodied by Million Guiet in period. First ordered by Eugène Lorthiois, from an influential family in northern France that had made its fortune in the textile industry. Entered in l’Auto that took place in the Parc de Princes on 6 June 1930 and Fémina l’Intransigeant on 27 June. Part of the Roger Ballion collection from 1967 to 2015.
Auction Source: The Baillon Collection at Rétromobile
1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B
1926 Hispano-Suiza H6B Tourer – sold for $363,000 A Desirable Open H6 Hispano. Approximately 50 Years in Current Ownership. A Correct and Complete Example. Ideal Restoration Candidate for Premier International Event Use.
Auction Source: The 2013 Scottsdale Auctions by Gooding & Company
1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B

1926 Hispano-Suiza H6B Hooper Tourer

This 1926 Hispano-Suiza H6B has been part of the David V. Uihlein Collection for decades. Completed with elegant touring coachwork by the venerated Hooper & Co. of London, it was first owned by a South African, and still bears a collection of African auto club badges and license plates. Always maintained with the care that typified Uihlein’s ownership, the H6B remains unrestored except for a specially fabricated exhaust system. Large, luxurious, and highly desirable, it is described as a wonderful touring machine, a smooth and predictable driver that offers speed, luxury, quality and uncompromising craftsmanship, all without equal in any of its contemporary rivals.

Auction Source: 2011 Monterey Daytime Auction by Mecum

1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B
1924 Hispano-Suiza H6B Saoutchik Coupe de Ville 10960 – sold for $412,500 This car was restored a number of years ago and has enjoyed climate-controlled storage since. As such, its cosmetic condition has held up very nicely. The attention to detail of the Saoutchik coachwork is quite remarkable, particularly when combined with the superior engineering of its Hispano-Suiza chassis. This is, unquestionably, one of the most elegant and stately motor cars of its era.
Auction Source: 2011 Monterey Auction by RM
1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B

Between 1999 and 2001 this car – still totally complete and original – underwent a 4,000-hour, ‘last nut and bolt’, body-off restoration carried out by Richard Grenon at Au Temps Tic Auto of Montreal, Canada, a company with a reputation for quality second to none and countless awards at the most prestigious concours events to its credit. The good condition of the transmission appeared to confirm only limited use during the car’s early years (and virtually none at all while in the Stevens museum) leading to the conclusion that the recorded mileage of circa 19,000 may well be correct.