1933 Aston Martin 1,5 Litre
One of just 106 cars produced by Aston Martin in 1933Single ownership for more than 30 yearsAn extremely original exampleProven competitor in recent years with 6 successful Mille Miglia finishesDrawn in period by Bryan de Grineau
Chassis H3/303/S is one of just 106 examples built by the Aston Martin factory in 1933. Registered as ALY 237 upon delivery in period (a number that it still holds today), H3/303/S was supplied new to Hall Thompson in 1933 and comes with a continuous ownership history since new. Besides being an extremely original example retaining both its original bodywork and engine, H3/303/S has been the subject of a thorough maintenance in recent years including a full engine rebuild by world renowned specialist Ecurie Bertelli. Further on the car was maintained by their team whilst achieving 6 successful Mille Miglia finishes. This proven competitor comes with FIVA passport and is an ideal entrant for all major historic events.
Detailed ownership history:
1933: Hall Thompson1937: Mehrs Auto Pilots Ldt1941: Lt. Wood1947: Dr. Bravington1949: E.G. Morgan1951: A.C. Belmear1959: B. Wallace1967: K.G. Hobbs1971: C.B. Chapman90s: Restored by Chapman2005: Engine rebuilt by Ecurie Bertelli2008: Claramunt2012: Carlo Cavalleri2016: Current owner