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Bulldog Restoration

It may be 40 years old but Bulldog is one of the most popular cars from the Aston Martin back catalogue. It’s now undergoing a total restoration to new and original condition. New pictures from the restoration have been added today.

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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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Blades Edition – new photos

The V8 Vantage S Blades Edition is our favourite recent special edition. Now we have been able to photograph an example, displayed at the 2016 AMOC Spring Concours. New photos added today

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Project Vantage – new photos

New photographs of the Project Vantage added today, taken at the recent Bonhams Aston Martin works auction

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Vanquish Zagato Concept

New today – the latest Z car – the Vanquish Zagato Concept

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US only V8 Vantage GTS

Following on from the great value Vantage GT, the US are to get 100 of these rather special V8 Vantage GTS limited editions. Available with either coupe or Roadster coachwork, the GTS comes with either Sports or Lux specification.

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The Blades V8 Vantage, a new dealer limited edition

Most dealer commissioned special editions aren’t that exciting – but not the Aston Martin Cambridge V8 Vantage S Blades Edition.

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DB11, new photos from Geneva

Without a shadow of a doubt, the DB11 was most important new car of the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. New photos of all three cars on display added today

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Kahn Vengeance – a new take on the DB9

The 2016 Geneva Motor Show was most notable for the unveiling of the all new Aston Martin DB11. But over in Hall 6, the Yorkshire based company, Kahn Design took the initiative to reveal their own specialist coachbuilt take on the DB9, the Kahn Vengeance

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The unique TWR V12 DB7

Not seen publicly for many years, finally the one-off TWR DB7 has been photographed and added this website. Built 20 years ago especially for Tom Walkinshaw, the detuned V12 TWR race engine develops 475 bhp, considerably more than the production DB7 Vantage.

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