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Happy New Year A real treat for 2008

Pictures of prototypes of the original Vanquish, I have sat on these pictures for a few years now but I’m sure that with the passing of the Newport Pagnell and Vanquish production, it’s acceptable to now share these with you.
V8 Vantage – how to tell the ‘S’ from the ‘non-S’

When the Gaydon factory re-opens after the summer shutdown, the entry level Aston Martin will be the V8 Vantage S – but can you spot the difference between the regular 420 bhp V8 Vantage and the 420 bhp Vantage ‘S’?

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The very last DB9 – 13 glorious years

After 13 years and a shade over 16,500 examples, the last DB9’s have just been completed. Nine identical coupes – DB9 GT ‘Last of the 9’

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Lagonda Taraf – new photos

New photos of the uber-rare Lagonda Taraf added today

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DB9 GT Bond Edition – new photos

New photos of the DB9 GT Bond Edition coupe added today. Limited to just 150 examples, the Bond Edition has been keenly snapped up my enthusiasts and collectors of the marque.

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Vantage GT8 – new page today

The successor to the most powerful Vantage ever, the GT12, is the lightweight Vantage GT8. Just as extreme and limited to just 150 examples.

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Spitfire 80 – a new special edition

If you liked the Blades Edition, you will love the new V12 Vantage S Spitfire 80 Edition, only available from Aston Martin Cambridge.

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Vantage GT12 Roadster – exclusive photos

Yet another new model hot on the heels of the Vanquish Zagato. This is the unique Vantage GT12 Roadster, 592 bhp V12 in a lightweight open car. Exclusive photos of this car added today.

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AM-RB 001 – first photos

First photos of what is destined to become the greatest hypercar ever, the AM-RB 001

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Kahn Vengeance – new video

We now have a new short film of the Kahn Vengeance shot at the Geneva Motor Show, 2016

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AM V8 saloon efi – revised page with new photos

The AM V8 was the stalwart of the Aston Martin range from 1972 through to 1989. No other Aston Martin model has remained in production for so long. The page featuring the final iteration of the model, the rare AM V8 efi saloon has been revised with new photographs.

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