Fiskens offer examples from Aston Martin's two most illustrious era's of Sports Car Racing

Fiskens offer examples from Aston Martin's two most illustrious era's of Sports Car Racing

1955 Aston Martin DB3S

  • 1 of 20 production DB3S's - Chassis No. 115 was delivered new to US West Coast privateer Joe Lubin

  • Successfully raced in the US for many years by Lubin & amongst others Ritchie Ginther with a 2nd place at Pomona

  • Bought by Alan Selby in 1965, '115' remained in Selby's ownership for over forty years - culminating in a ground up restoration in the late 1990's

  • '115' retains its original chassis, body & period engine along with a Rex J Woodgate race/rally engine

  • Freshly prepared following the 2017 Mille Miglia, '115' is eligible for Le Mans Classic, Monaco Historique & Goodwood

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2005 Aston Martin DBR9

  • DBR9/102 was the second Customer DBR9 assembled by Prodrive & sold to the Diniz family in Brazil

  • Equipped with more powerful D-spec engine using larger air restrictors, increased aero package & pneumatically operated paddle-shift gear change

  • Diniz fielded DBR9/102 in the 2006 Mil Milhas under the Capuava Racing banner with co-drivers Raul Boesel, Pedro Lamy & Tony Kanaan

  • Arguably the most original DBR9 extant - DBR9/102 was recently tested by 2017 Le Mans Winner & Aston Martin Works driver Darren Turner

  • Eligible for Global Endurance Legends & Masters Endurance Legends

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