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

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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Luxury length Lagonda

The Tickford Lagonda Limousine is probably the longest car ever built by AML. Only four were built and this revised page now features photographs of two cars.

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Thunderbolt – something new from Amelia Island today

Henrik Fisker today took the wraps off of his latest design study, the Thunderbolt, at the 2015 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. Designed by Henrik Fisker as a powerful GT coupe; this is his personal interpretation of how his Aston Martin Vanquish coupe could look like.

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2015 Lagonda ‘super saloon’ hot weather testing

First pictures from AML of the new ‘invitation only’ Lagonda super saloon undergoing hot weather testing in Oman this Summer.

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V8 Vantage Le Mans page updated

This is one of the greatest Aston Martins of all time. Limited to just 40 examples, the V8 Vantage Le Mans page has had loads of new images added today.

DB6 Shooting Brake by FLM Panelcraft – New page

In addition to Harold Radford, another independent coachbuilder also offered a shooting brake conversion for the DB6. FLM (Panelcraft) Ltd were based in the Kings Cross area of London and were experienced at converting saloons to both estate and convertible spec. The car illustrated here was commissioned by  the racing driver, Innes Ireland as his daily driver and as of November 2013, was on sale by Aston Martin Works. It is finished in its original, extremely attractive colour scheme of Pearl Grey Metallic, complemented beautifully by the sumptuous deep Red Connolly Hide interior with matching Wilton carpets.

Works Service Special Projects of the 1990’s

The section covering the Works Service special coachbuilt cars of the 1990’s has been total revamped with many more previously unseen images. These cars, many still hidden from public view are the very pinnacle of Aston Martin as a bespoke car manufacturer.