1923 Aston Martin Record Breaker.

 25cm x 18cm    EDITION SIZE: 250


(Painted for my friend, the owner and restorer, James Cheyne).

Built to break the 1 hour light car record of 101.93mph,
it had a twin overhead cam 1.5litre engine designed by Major Frank Halford
and a sleek aluminium body, only 18inches at it's widest piont,
made by the deHavilland aircraft company.
It is the narrowest racing car ever built.

Originally called the 'Oyster', it was to be fully enclosed,
but no-one small enough could be found to drive it.

''Sammy' Davis failed in the record attempt  due to poor handling,
but the car was a popular entrant at Brooklands for several years.

Limited edition Giclee print on archival fine art paper.
signed and numbered by the artist, Robin Bark.
The prints can be shipped internationally (unmounted),
rolled in a strong card tube.

To order, or for further information,
please contact Robin:


+44 (0) 7767 824635

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