The vehicle was recently restored to concours condition, and now has a pre-sale estimate of £500,000 – 700,000.
In addition the lineup will also include a competition-winning 1925 Bugatti Type 35B Grand Prix two-seater, formerly owned by past Bugatti Owners' Club director and editor of Bugantics magazine, Jack Perkins.
Expected to fetch £400,000 – 500,000, it is accompanied by another beautiful Bugatti, a 1926 Type 37 Monoposto, estimated at £120,000 – 160,000.
Other highlights include a 1967 Lamborghini 400GT 2+2 once owned by Sir Paul McCartney, expected to realise £100,000 – 120,000; two cars from the Patrick Collection – the 1986 Lancia Delta S4 Stradale and 1990 Alfa Romeo SZ Coupe – which have attracted pre-sale estimates of £80,000 – 100,000 and £20,000 – 25,000 respectively; and a 1928 Bentley 3-Litre Speed Model (estimate £120,000 – 140,000), owned by the same family since 1945.
A modern highlight is the 2004 7.3-Litre Pagani Zonda C12 Roadster, painted in an 'Elvis Presley Cadillac Pink', which has had only one owner from new, and is estimated to fetch £200,000 – 250,000.
In addition, a BMC Competition Department Transporter, which is described by Bonhams as 'an eye-catching and stylish addition to any historic race meeting', has attracted a pre-sale estimate of £30,000 – 40,000, while boat enthusiasts will covet a 1992 Hacker 28' Runabout, which was commissioned by J Paul Getty as a tender to his 80-metre private yacht, Talitha G, expected to fetch £35,000 – 45,000.