Started in 2002 with a design by Englishman, Andrew McGeachy, the car was not finished for 4 years after the most comprehensive conversion undertaken by the Swiss company. Whilst the 350 bhp engine remained stock, almost everything else was changed including most of the coachwork, all the interior, the transmission, brakes and suspension. Needless to say, the Rolls Royce Royal Blue Shooting Brake took a massive 10,000 hours to complete.
Roos Engineering near Bern in Switzerland have been associated with Aston Martin ever since they first became official dealers in 1975. These photographs have been provided with their kind permission.