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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1934 - 1935
Numbers built:21 + 7 Team Cars
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:July 06, 2015
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Chassis LM17 Whereas two of the 1934 Tourist Trophy Team Cars were rebuilt Le Mans racers, this, the third car was built on a brand new chassis. It finished the TT in 7th overall and completed the Aston Martin 1-2-3 result. Ahead of the 1935 season, it was sold to privateer racer Maurice>>>

Chassis LM18 Chassis LM18 was the first of the four 1935 Aston Martin Team Cars, which can be recognised by the lower radiator and sloping engine cover. In was one of three works Aston Martins entered in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where it placed 12th overall. It was also driven to fifth o>>>

Chassis LM19 The second of four new Team Cars built for the 1935 season, this Ulster was extensively raced that year at events like the Mille Miglia, Tourist Trophy and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It briefly led at Le Mans but eventually crashed out of the race in treacherous conditions. Re>>>

Chassis LM20 The third Ulster Team Car entered in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, chassis LM20 driven by Charles Martin and Charles Brackenbury. They finished third overall and first in the 1.5-litre class. Brackenbury also used this car to finish fourth overall in the Tourist Trophy. Now in th>>>

Chassis LM21 The very last 1.5-litre Team Car, chassis LM21 was added only used by Aston Martin for the Tourist Trophy where four Ulsters were entered. Driven by Tim Rose-Richards, it finished a commendable 11th overall. This was the last contemporary outing for this car in an internatio>>>

Chassis A5/537/U Through London based dealer Gordon Whatney ltd. this Ulster was delivered new to C Trehorne Thomas in June of 1935. Registered CML 719, which was in sequence with the works racers, the car was entered in the 24 Hours of Le Mans for Thomas and co-driver Michael Kenyon. They f>>>

Chassis B5/549/U One of the 21 Ulster production cars, this example was loaned to prominent privateer racer Eddie Hall. He immediately entered the car in the 1935 Mille Miglia and fought for the class lead until an oil-leak ended his charge early. It was later also raced by another noted Ast>>>

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