New V8 Steering Wheels
Since its launch in 1969 to end of production in 1990, the V8 in its various...
Rare Part - 24-26086 - V8 Steering Rack RHD
As parts become scarce in supply so the need to replace them can increase. This...
1987 V8 Zagato Conversion Pt.3
Following on from parts 1 and 2, we'd like to share progress on a very special...
1987 V8 Zagato Conversion Pt.2
Continuing our article covering some of the details involved in a big project...
1987 V8 Zagato Conversion - Pt.1
1987 V8 Vantage Zagato - We recently sold this extremely rare 1987 V8 Vantage...
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Aston Martin DB4GT Special DP2155 1959
Aston Martin green with black hide. Chassis No: DB4/207/R was purchased in 1990 by Aston Martin Lagonda Limited who designated the car Development Project 2155.
Aston Martin DB6 Vantage Project
Silver Birch with red interior. Original Vantage with desirable manual gearbox.
Aston Martin DB4 Vantage GT 1962
This GT engined car was displayed in 1962 by Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd at The Earls Court Motor Show and has just had a full RS Williams, Spraytec and Body lines rebuild and mechanical upgrades.
Aston Martin DB5 Convertible 1965
Black pearl with deep burgundy hide. Full rebuild carried out in 1990, 15,000 miles ago by Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd with invoice and photographic record in history file.
Aston Martin DB4 Series I 1959
RSW Green with black hide and grey carpets. Rebuilt by RSW Ltd with the following upgrades: GT twin-plug engine (4.7 litre);
Aston Martin DB6 Volante 1967
Silver with blue hide and hood. Manual gearbox. RSW service history.
Aston Martin DB6 1966
Dubonnet with beige hide. Full restoration with photographic record carried out in 1980 by the Aston Martin factory. The car has covered only 31,500 miles since the restoration.
Aston Martin DB4 Series 5 1963
Dark blue with fawn hide. 71,000 miles. Special series engine (3 x SU) rebuilt to 4.2 litre lead-free specification 7000 miles ago. 4 speed gearbox with overdrive.
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