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

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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RapidE concept. The first working electric Aston Martin

The near silent, electrically powered RapidE concept has been shown for the first time at an exclusive event to coincide with state visit of the President of The People’s Republic of China, Xi Jinping, to the UK

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The Original V8 Vantage – and still the best!

The first and still the best. The V8 Vantage was the halo Aston Martin for 12 years yet less than one a week were built. It may have been considered a ‘dinosaur’, especially towards the late 1980’s, yet the Vantage could easily keep up with fancy mid engined Italian contemporaries. The ‘Oscar India’ Vantage page has been fully updated with new pictures, full specs and a brochure download.

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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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Rapide S page updated

The Rapide S page has been updated today with many new photographs of the greatest 4 door sportscar.

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Revised AM V8 weber fuel injection page

The last of the line of William Towns styled V8 was fitted with fuel injection from 1986. The page featuring the cars that used to be called the ‘series 5’ has been revised with more photographs.

DB4 series 4 page update

From September 1961, a number of small but noticeable changes were introduced to the DB4 so that the AMOC has designated such cars as ‘series 4’. The DB4 series 4 page has just received a full update and loads more images have been added today.

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.

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.

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