The Aston Martin Collection
The Aston Martin Collection

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ASTON MARTIN WORLD CHAMPIONS
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 ASTON MARTIN WORLD CHAMPIONS
    Only 2 remain! This striking picture shows Stirling Moss in the Aston DBR1 blasting past the pits on its way to victory in the 1959 Goodwood TT. This win clinched the 1959 World Sports Car Championship for Aston Martin, the first British team to win.
    Signed by Stirling Moss, Jack Fairman and Roy Salvadori, three of the key drivers in the championship team, as well as the artist, Keith Woodcock G.M.A., G, Av. A.
    The edition is limited to 200 prints worldwide with numbers 1-50 available with a pencil sketch.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 51.5cm x 41cm
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NIGHT STOP - LE MANS 1935
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 NIGHT STOP - LE MANS 1935
    Only 6 remain! In 1935 seven Aston-Martin Ulsters were entered in Le Mans 24 hour race. These 1.5 litre cars acquitted themselves superbly, finishing 3rd, 8th, 12th and 15th overall. The no 29 car, driven by Charles Martin and Charles Brackenbury came third overall, won the index of Perfomance, was first in the 1500cc class and secured the Rudge-Whitworth Cup for 1935. They finished the race only seven laps behind the much more powerful 4.5 litre Lagonda and a 2.3 litre supercharged Alfa Romeo came second. Charles Martin also achieved a new class lap record of 81 mph which stood until 1950.
    The edition is limited to 100 copies worldwide and each is hand signed by Charles Martin as well as the artist Keith Woodcock G.M.A., G, Av. A.
    Numbers 1-25 are available as remarques.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 51cm x 41cm
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ASTON MARTIN'S LAST GREAT VICTORY
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 ASTON MARTIN'S LAST GREAT VICTORY
    This exciting picture shows Roy Salvadori in the Aston MArtin Project 214 holding off the Ferrari 250 GTO of Mike Parkes to win the Coppa Inter Europa at Monza in September 1963. This was to be the last great victory for the David Brown works team as attention turned to producing the new DB5.
    Each print has been individually signed by Roy Salvadori and the late Sir David Brown as well as the artist Keith Woodcock G.M.A., G. Av. A.

    The edition is limited to 214 prints worldwide with numbers 1-50 available with a pencil sketch remarque in the margin.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 51.5cm x 41cm
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