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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Prototype V12 Vantage Roadster

Rare images of a prototype of the 2012 prototype V12 Vantage Roadster

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Project Vantage – new photos

New photographs of the Project Vantage added today, taken at the recent Bonhams Aston Martin works auction

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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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Lagonda Taraf, new pictures in the UK

The Lagonda Taraf, currently our favourite car, has recently been publicly shown in the UK. Pictures from AM Works and AMOC Woburn Abbey added today.

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DP-100, new pictures

The full sized rolling model of DP-100 Vision Gran Turismo is currently on a tour of UK Aston Martin dealers. The revised page shows images of the car when it was displayed at Aston Martin Works during November.

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Works Tailored

Works Tailored

Works Service has always been able to offer modifications and enhancements to new and customer cars but at the Geneva Salon 2010, WS formally launched their ‘Tailored’ service.

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V12 Vanquish stick-shift, a popular conversion

The Vanquish stick-shift conversion is becoming increasingly popular. Works in Newport Pagnell have now converted more than 100 for customers unhappy with the paddle-shift system the car was originally built with. This page has been updated today with previously unpublished images.

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DB6 Shooting Brake by FLM Panelcraft – New page

In addition to Harold Radford, another independent coachbuilder also offered a shooting brake conversion for the DB6. FLM (Panelcraft) Ltd were based in the Kings Cross area of London and were experienced at converting saloons to both estate and convertible spec. The car illustrated here was commissioned by  the racing driver, Innes Ireland as his daily driver and as of November 2013, was on sale by Aston Martin Works. It is finished in its original, extremely attractive colour scheme of Pearl Grey Metallic, complemented beautifully by the sumptuous deep Red Connolly Hide interior with matching Wilton carpets.

Updated page on the DB7 i6 GT race car

The original DB7 GT was a sadly stillborn project from 1995 designed by Prodrive. Loads of new photos of both examples of the DB7 i6 GT added this morning.

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.  

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