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1932 Aston Martin Le Mans

Chassis number : 112 E/207

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In 1926 the Aston Martin Company was taken over by Renwick & Bertelli and the new company of Aston Martin Ltd was formed. During the next 14 years some 617 cars were produced, including 24 works racing cars that campaigned in national races at Brooklands and Donnington, and at international events such as Ulster TT, Mille Miglia, Targa Abruzzo, Spa and, of course, Le Mans, establishing a good competition record.

In 1932, Jim Fisher contacted Mr. Bertelli of E. Bertelli Ltd, a coachbuilder next door to the Aston Martin factory, wanting an Aston Martin with features found on the racing Bentleys of the period. E. Bertelli wasn't interested in the job, so Mr. Fisher 'continued to drop 20 pound notes on his desk' until Mr. Bertelli decided otherwise. It became the prototype for the Le Mans model. This car ran in the Shelsey Walsh hill climb in Worcestershire, England in 1932, driven by Mr. Fisher. The car changed hands two more times before being purchased by William Jackson of Hummelstown, Pennsylvania. Mr. Jackson, being a vintage car enthusiast, entered it in the Hershey hill climb in 1960. The current owner just completed its restoration.

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Recent Sales of the Aston Martin Le Mans

(Data based on Model Year 1932 sales)
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1932 Aston Martin Le Mans Profiles

1932 Aston Martin Le Mans vehicle information
LeMans Prototype Roadster
Coachwork: Bertelli
Chassis #: 112 E/207
Engine #: 112 E/207