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Aston Martin DB7 Volante (1998)
The Aston Martin DB7 was designed by Ian Callum, and debuted at the 1993 Geneva Motorshow. Taking many of its design influences from earlier Aston Martin models including the DB4/5/6, it is regarded as .....
1966 Aston Martin DB6 Vantage
As with its predecessors, the DB6 was announced at the London Motor Show and whilst the design parentage of the DB6 is clear, there were many changes from the outgoing DB5. Visually, the most noticeable .....
2000 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Auto 15,000 miles
Delivered in November 2000 by Aston Martin at Newport Pagnell, and presented in Mendip Blue with Parchment Leather, our DB7 has covered only 15,000 miles from new, with a full main dealer or specialist .....
2008 ASTON MARTIN VANTAGE ROADSTER
After years of under developed and sometimes rather flawed designs Aston Martin finally introduced one of their best and some say one of their most beautiful cars with the New Vantage in 2005.
ASTON MARTIN V8 VANTAGE ROADSTER 4.7 (2007)
The Aston Martin V8 Vantage was first introduced in 2005 to compete head to head against the Porsche 911. It was the second car to be built at Aston Martins purpose built Gaydon facility. This iconic .....
HAD TOTAL RESTORATION STUNNING (1969)
ASTON MARTIN DBS FULLY RESTORED OVER 2 YEARS VAST SUMS INVESTED A SIMPLY STUNNING EXAMPLE
UPDATE .... NOW COMPLETED THIS IS A STUNNING LOOKING VEHICLE WE HAVE INVESTED OVER £50000 INTO THE .....
Aston Martin DBS 2+2 Coupe (2011)
The Aston Martin DBS was first introduced in 2008 to great acclaim and was the third all new Aston Martin to be hand built at Aston Martinís purpose built Gaydon facility. This iconic car was designed .....
1960 Aston Martin DB4
Launched at the 1958 London Motor Show, the DB4 offered outstanding performance against its peers, with a 140mph top speed and 0-60 in 9 seconds. The DB4 was also the first production car capable of 0 .....
1959 ASTON MARTIN DBR4 Historic Grand Prix Car
Over the winter of 1957-58 Aston Martinís racing department developed a new Formula 1 car, to run alongside their successful DBR1 sports racer. The design conformed to the traditional Grand Prix configuration .....