Latest News - 08/09/21
2nd Century reworking

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2nd Century reworking

The 2nd Century pages have been reorganised so that it makes it a bit easier to find the model you are looking for. If this works out as is should, the VH pages will follow in a similar way.

Revised 2nd Century pages

N430 Roadster at Geneva

During the public days of the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin removed the DB9 Volante shown during the press days and replaced it with a brand new V8 Vantage N430 Roadster – the first appearance of this particular model.

Updated page on the DB4 series 3

Since I started with the earlier DB4’s it makes sense to move on to the DB4 series 3 page.

DB4 Series 2 – page update

Following with the update of the DB4 Series 1 page, the DB4 Series 2 page has also had an update with plenty of additional and previously unseen images.

New page on the one-off DB5 By Ogle Design

With a special and unique dashboard like this it could only be the one-off DB5 by Ogle Design. I found some pictures I took a few years ago at a Spring AMOC Concours at Waddesdon Manor.

DB4 series 1 saloon – many new images

In 1958, the Aston Martin DB4 set a template for a sporting yet comfortable 2+2 GT that continues to this day with the DB9. The series 1 DB4 saloon was a sensation at the 1958 Paris Motor Show with it’s Italian styling, British construction and brand new 3.7 litre six cylinder engine designed by ex-pat Polish engineer, Tadek Marek. The series 1 has been fully updated with loads of new images.

DB2/4 Drophead coupe by Bertone

This particular Aston Martin model is so rare, only two were ever built. It is also one of the most travelled as the rolling chassis was built in the UK, then it was shipped to Italy to receive the coach built body before final finishing in the USA. The page featuring the DB2/4 Drophead coupe by Bertone has been revised with additional images taken at Pebble Beach in 2007.

15/98 2 litre Saloon  updated page

Quite a while since we have updated a pre-war Aston Martin page so here is one of the rare ones, the 15/98 2 litre saloon. I found a few more images so these have been added to this page today.