Latest News - 30/09/20
Bulldog Restoration

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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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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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Virage Volante, the most accessible coach built convertible Aston Martin

The 1990’s Virage Volante is without doubt the most accessible convertible Aston Martin built at the now closed Newport Pagnell factory. Each hand built car will have cost £150,000 20 years ago and can be now bought for a fifth of this sum. They will never be so cheap again……

Read more about the Virage Volante on the recently updated page

Unique Virage GT Lightweight

The Virage GT Lightweight is a unique car from the early 1990’s. With a 6.3 engine and a weight loss regime of over 200 kg, the lightweight is considered equal in performance to the supercharged Vantage.

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At last, the Virage Shooting Brake Zagato

It’s been more than a year since the Centennial pair of Zagatos were first shown at Kensington Palace. Now the wait for the third and final coachbuilt car is over with the unveiling of the fine Virage Shooting Brake Zagato.

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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.