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DB7 major update

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DB7 major update

There has been a major update of the DB7 section with many new photographs of previously unseen cars.

DB7 section

New photos added

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

Rare US Vantage Roadster GT – new photos

New photos of the rare V8 Vantage Roadster GT just added

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V8 Zagato Mule – revised page with new photos

The unique factory prototype, the 1987 V8 Zagato Mule now has a revised page with addition new photographs.

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V8 Vantage – how to tell the ‘S’ from the ‘non-S’

When the Gaydon factory re-opens after the summer shutdown, the entry level Aston Martin will be the V8 Vantage S – but can you spot the difference between the regular 420 bhp V8 Vantage and the 420 bhp Vantage ‘S’?

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Vantage GT8 – new page today

The successor to the most powerful Vantage ever, the GT12, is the lightweight Vantage GT8. Just as extreme and limited to just 150 examples.

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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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Blades Edition – new photos

The V8 Vantage S Blades Edition is our favourite recent special edition. Now we have been able to photograph an example, displayed at the 2016 AMOC Spring Concours. New photos added today

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US only V8 Vantage GTS

Following on from the great value Vantage GT, the US are to get 100 of these rather special V8 Vantage GTS limited editions. Available with either coupe or Roadster coachwork, the GTS comes with either Sports or Lux specification.

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The Blades V8 Vantage, a new dealer limited edition

Most dealer commissioned special editions aren’t that exciting – but not the Aston Martin Cambridge V8 Vantage S Blades Edition.

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Virage 6.3 conversion update

Prior to the introduction of the Supercharged Vantage, Aston Martin offered existing owners of the Virage an extensive (and expensive) performance conversion to 6.3 litre specification. The £50,000 conversion (at 1992 prices) also involved extensive changes to the suspension, brakes, wheels, tyres and bodywork to cope with the additional power and torque. Page updated with full specification and sales brochure

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