Business was started in 1976 by Nick Mason, Derrick Edwards and Judy Hogg, known as ‘Morntane Engineering’. Soon ‘Morntane Engineering’ established an international reputation for high quality restorations of vintage Bertelli Aston Martins. As Mason and Edwards raced their Aston Martin Ulsters with great success, also race and rally preparation became an important part of the business. Andy Bell started ‘Morntane’ in 1977 and eventually bought the business as ‘Ecurie Bertelli’ in 1992, continuing to specialise in vintage Bamford & Martin cars, the ‘Bertelli’ series of 1,5 cars right through the Bertelli/Sutherland 2 litre cars, high quality spare parts, restoration, sales and race and rally preparation. ‘Ecurie Bertelli’ has been involved in racing, rallying, hill-climbing and sprinting for over 2 decades in the UK, Europe and the USA. ‘Ecurie Bertelli’ offers scheduled servicing for all vintage Aston Martins, with an emphasis on preventative maintenance. As ‘Ecurie Bertelli’ has its own supple of spare parts and experience of over 150 vehicles, their expertise with the marque is far-reaching. Ecurie Bertelli 53 Stilebrook Road, Yardley Road Ind. Est., Olney, Bucks, MK46 5EA UK

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Aston Martin  Sports Model 1929 for sale Aston Martin   Sports Model 1929   GB   GBP 130000 Ecurie Bertelli

Aston Martin Sports Model 1929 for sale

In October 1926 Renwick and Bertelli duly bought Bamford and Martin Ltd for £10,000 and Aston Martin Motors Ltd was formed to carry on the production of the Aston Martin car. The initial concept was
Aston Martin International Team Car Replica 1930 for sale Aston Martin International Team Car Replica 1930   GB   GBP 275000 Ecurie Bertelli

Aston Martin International Team Car Replica 1930 for sale

Aston-Martin had enough funds in 1931 to build three new works racing cars for Le Mans as well as for numerous UK racing events. These later “First Series” Works team cars, LM5, 6 and 7, had a muc
Aston Martin MK II  1934 for sale Aston Martin MK II   1934   GB   GBP 335000 Ecurie Bertelli

Aston Martin MK II 1934 for sale

Introduced in 1934, the Mark II was Aston-Martin’s replacement for the Le Mans model. It sported a new stronger chassis and an improved engine with counter-balanced crankshaft. Originally available
Aston Martin MK II  1934 for sale Aston Martin MK II   1934   GB   GBP 230000 Ecurie Bertelli

Aston Martin MK II 1934 for sale

Introduced in 1934, the Mark II was Aston-Martin’s replacement for the Le Mans model. It sported a new stronger chassis and an improved engine with counter-balanced crankshaft. Originally available
Aston Martin  Le Mans Coachwork 1933 for sale Aston Martin   Le Mans Coachwork 1933   GB   GBP 30000 Ecurie Bertelli

Aston Martin Le Mans Coachwork 1933 for sale

Designed and built to fit on an Aston Martin 15/98 2 litre chassis, this coachwork is absolutely complete with body tub, wings, valances, bonnet, fuel tank, screen, upholstery, radiator, hood ,tonneau
Aston Martin MK II Ulster 1935 for sale Aston Martin MK II Ulster 1935   GB   GBP 275000 Ecurie Bertelli

Aston Martin MK II Ulster 1935 for sale

The Ulster was the pinnacle of the pre-war sporting Aston-Martin. The 21 Ulsters built were based on the 1934 Team Cars which had finished 3rd, 6th and 7th in the Ulster TT race. These Team Cars were
Aston Martin International  1930 for sale Aston Martin International   1930   GB   GBP 220000 Ecurie Bertelli

Aston Martin International 1930 for sale

The International was manufactured between 1929 and 1932, mostly with bodies by Augustus's brother Enrico 'Harry' Bertelli. The International was so named as it could be used for competition Internati


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