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The new Aston Martin Works showroom is officially opened tomorrow, but here’s a sneak preview of our state-of-the-art dealership….

  • Our Sales Manager Paul Spires found time away from overseeing our new showroom d…evelopment last week to test Aston Martin Racing’s GT4 car at Silverstone. Although damp the test went well, the next time Paul will drive Aston Martin Racing’s GT4 car will be in the support race for the Le Mans 24Hrs.For more information visit www.astonmartin.com/racingSee More

  • On Saturday 19th May, we will once again be hosting the annual Bonhams Aston Mar…tin auction – one of the most popular classic car auctions in the calendar. Now in it’s thirteenth year, the auction has featured an array of iconic Aston Martins from across our rich model heritage, many with very special stories to tell. Taking place at Aston Martin Works, the new state of the art facility in Newport Pagnell, this year’s sale sees an exception collection of cars go under the hammer. Notable lots include a 1991 Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato-sanction II, 1964 DB5 Saloon, 1962 DB4 and a 1952 DB2 Vantage Convertible.As we move towards the show we’ll be featuring a selection of the 2012 lots and also taking a closer look at some of most interesting models and stories from recent years. We’ll be posting more on this 1964 DB5 (pictured) early next week.See More

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  • After the opening of the new look Aston Martin Works dealership and service cent…re in Newport Pagnell last week, our team are now busy finishing the final preparations for the annual Bonhams Auction next weekend. There are nearly 50 lots up for auction including this stunning DB5 convertible – one of only 123 ever built.This model was available from 1963 to 1965 and was available with an optional hard top. As the convertible version of one of the world’s most iconic cars, this lot is guaranteed to turn heads!See More
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      Representatives from Aston Martin Works Service last night attended the Aston Ma…rtin Heritage Trust’s annual ‘Walter Hayes Memorial Lecture’ which took place at the Royal Automobile Club in London, UK.This year’s event was ‘An Audience with Tony Brooks’ – a chance for well respected racing driver Tony Brooks to lead an interactive discussion with distinguished motoring journalist David Burgess-Wise and audience members. Tony has an impressive track record. In 1957 he was the first British driver in a British constructed car to win a Grand Prix since 1923, when he won the British Grand Prix at Aintree. He was driving a Vanwall VW5, shared with Stirling Moss. From thirty-eight Grand Prix starts during the five year period between 1956 and 1961, he achieved no less than 6 wins, two second places and three third places, clocking up a total of 75 points in the Drivers’ Championship.Members of Aston Martin Heritage and Aston Martin Works Service are pictured alongside an Aston Martin DB3S.To find out more about Aston Martin Heritage visit: www.astonmartin.com/heritage and to find out more on Aston Martin Works Service visit: www.astonmartin.com/works-serviceSee More

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