Latest News - 30/09/20
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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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Mansory Cyrus from DB11

This Mansory DB11 Cyrus spotted at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show might just be the most extreme version of the DB11 we will ever see. Page revised with loads more photos than ever before

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New AM Cambridge Special Edition due next week
Spitfire 80 exclusive launch photos

New and exclusive photos from the launch of the V12 Vantage S Spitfire 80 edition recently held at Duxford added today

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The 1st Sotheby Special – unseen for 43 years

This unique car has been hidden from view for 43 years. The very first Ogle Sotheby Special from the 1972 Montreal and Geneva Motor Shows is seen for the very first time this week.

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Lagonda Taraf, exclusive photos from Geneva

The Geneva Motor Show is always a tough place to show a new car. Yet despite stiff competition from rival manufacturers, without doubt, the Lagonda Taraf was the greatest car at the show.

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The elegant LWB Volante – many new photos

Rare, elegant yet extremely usable, the V8 Volante LWB has a reputation as a genuinely practical continental touring car. The page featuring this wonderful car has been updated with many new photographs.

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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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Mansory Cyrus, an exclusive highly modified DB9

I have just found the photos from there Geneva Motor Show in 2010 of the Mansory Cyrus. This is a highly uprated DB9 from the German car modifiers. Not to every bodies liking but this site has quite a passion for the rarer and more unusual Aston Martins.

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Tickford Lagonda, the ultra-rare wedge

At the 1983 London Motorfair, Tickford, the engineering subsidiary of AML, introduced the bespoke and very expensive Tickford Lagonda. At £85,000, it was an extremely expensive motor car; the equivalent of £250,000 in todays money. The page has been much updated today with loads of new and exclusive images