Aston Martin – Ulster ‘LM21’ – 1935 TT | Andrew Hill | Limited Edition print

A beautiful print of an Aston Martin LM21, one of the finest racing cars of the pre-war era. A must-have for fans of Aston Martin and pre-war motor sport.

£225.00 (Approx. $286.76 / €246.54)

Sold By: Motor Sport Magazine

Description

Automotive artist Andrew Hill’s print, strictly limited to 10, depicts the Aston Martin Ulster ‘LM21′. Over a two year period the Aston Martin Ulster, two seater racing version of the ‘Mark II’ was to become one of the most successful sports cars of the 1930s. LM21 was the last of the 11/2 litre team cars to be built and in the hands of Tim Rose-Richards, went on to achieve 11th place in the 1935 TT race.

The Ulster was the last car to be directly overseen by A. C. Bertelli and he was to state that it was the best car he ever built. It remains to this day one of the most sought after Aston Martins. Supplied with a certificate of authenticity, each print has been hand signed and numbered by the artist Andrew Hill.

Image size 615 x 410mm, overall size 665mm x 460mm (unframed) printed on heavyweight fine art quality paper, signed and numbered by artist Andrew Hill. This print is strictly limited to 10.

Supplied with a certificate of authenticity, each print has been hand signed and numbered by the artist Andrew Hill.

Image size 615x 410mm, overall size 665mm x 460mm (unframed) printed on heavyweight fine art quality paper, signed and numbered by artist Andrew Hill.

This print is strictly limited to 10.

This print is supplied and dispatched by our partners Automotive Images.

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