The Aston Martincompany was offered for sale a short time after and apparently, after driving the Atom in 1947, David Brown was convinced and acquired the Aston Martin company.
He did not follow up with a production version of the Atom but the chassis and engine were used in the first post-War model, which immediately won the 1948 Spa 24 Hours outright.
The car currently resides at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon.
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