Latest News - 28/11/21
New photos added

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New photos added

New photos added to the following pages Virage (VH1) Coupe , Vanquish Volante (VH3) Works Anniversary Edition and the super rare V8 Vantage Rally GT by Prodrive

DB2/4 Mark II Fixedhead coupe

The DB2/4 mark II was the first production Aston Martin with coachwork by Tickford in the Buckinghamshire market town of Newport Pagnell. The rare Fixedhead coupe page has been now fully updated with new photographs.

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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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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

 

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.

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.

New DB4 Convertible page

The DB4 Convertible page has been totally reworked with plenty of new and un published photos of one of the rarest and most beautiful cars of the DB era