The Aston Martin 12/50 was a car built by Aston Martin between 1932 and 1933.
The cars were built on the longer 10 foot chassis being fitted with a 1495cc straight-four engine which was front mounted. The cars were rear-wheel drive and available with either 2-door touring or 2-door saloon coachwork by E. Bertelli Ltd. The 12/50 was overshadowed by the sportier models. These cars are most easily identified by the taller radiator shells and enamelled badges. Sadly very few examples of this rare car survive.
The cars also feature spiral bevel drive, central accelerators and central gear changes. Only 20 cars were produced.
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