1935 Aston Martin MK II TourerSOLD

1935 Aston Martin MK II Tourer

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To be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RMs The Pate Collection event, June 5, 2010

Estimate:
$ 90,000 - $140,000 US

In 1913, wealthy sportsman Lionel Martin collaborated with engineer Robert Bamford to produce light cars based on 10-horsepower Singers. Martin contested hillclimbs, with a satisfying win achieved at the Aston Hill Climb. When he decided to produce his own sporting vehicle, Martin combined his last name with that of the site of his recent success, establishing Aston Martin in 1914. Competition success followed, but the partnership was bankrupt in 1925..

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as of 4/29/2010

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