The Aston Martin Sports was an automobile made by Aston Martin between 1920 and 1925. Approximately 50 were made including the Super Sports.

The engine had four cylinders and a bore of 66.5mm. This gives the cylinders a capacity of 1486cc. The engine was able to produce 45hp. The engine has side valves and the four speed gearbox was linked to a Hele-Shaw unit with 19 clutch plates. The top speed of the cars was 77mph (124kmh).

Unusually the carburettor was housed on the opposite side to the manifold. Lubrication was supplied by a gear pump to the main bearings and fuel was supplied with an early version of the Autovac vacuum pump.

The suspension composed of semi-elliptical springs all round. There were brakes on all four wheels and Perrot system brakes on the front wheels.

The wheelbase is 8ft 9in long and the curb weight of the cars being 1904lb (864kg).

Standard bodywork was a three-seater boat-tailed design.

The cars cost £700 when new.

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