A classic garage scene featuring a 1934 Aston Martin Ulster 1500cc and a 1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT 3.7Ltr portrayed in an idyllic country house scene by leading automotive artist Alan Fearnley.
The Ulster 1500cc achieved considerable success in racing, winning the 1934 Tourist Trophy race and setting a new lap record at the Brooklands circuit. It continued to dominate the racing scene throughout the 1930s, cementing its place in automotive history as one of the most impressive and influential sports cars ever built. Today, the Ulster 1500cc remains a highly coveted collector’s item, cherished for its beautiful design, impressive performance, and rich racing heritage.
The DB4 GT is a sleek and sporty development of the iconic DB4 model. With a shorter chassis, faired-in headlamps, and an uprated engine featuring 3 Weber carburettors, the DB4GT was designed to be equally at home on the road and the racetrack. Weighing 85kg lighter than its predecessor and with a total of only 75 ‘Touring’ bodies produced, this impressive feat of engineering has remained a true marvel for automobile enthusiasts to this day.
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