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Upgrades

We take for granted many modern car luxuries - we find them convenient and they help us to be safe.

Many of these upgrades can be fitted retrospectively and offered to the owner of any classic Aston Martin by Aston Workshop.

Such upgrades and enhancements not only give the owner obvious benefits in day-to-day use, but can also greatly increase a car's desirability and re-sale value.

 

RHD to LHD
RHD to LHD

As one of the biggest specialists dealing in Classic Aston Martins, we have noticed an increase in demand for LHD cars and the availability of such cars is extremely small. As a result, we have endeavoured to meet our clients wishes and developed a series of LHD conversions to factory standards.

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Steering
Steering

The cheapest and smallest of cars these days has power steering as a standard feature, but in the Pre-War years, the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s, most Aston Martin cars came with unassisted steering as standard. Indeed, power steering was only an option with the DB6 and not available with the DB5 and earlier models. Even then any prospective purchaser would have paid extra.

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Wipers
Wipers

A simple push on the windscreen wiper rotary switch will activate the washer and at the same time cause the wipers to make between 4 and 6 sweeps depending on how long the washer is activated. Additionally, we have created an intermittent wipe facility with a simple switch to activate it.

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Air Conditioning
Air Conditioning

Today an increasing number of customers are specifying air conditioning systems and these can be readily and retrospectively fitted with little outward sign of such a system having been fitted.

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Cooling
Cooling

With summer temperatures and heavy traffic, marginally cooled engines are a perennial problem for the classic car owner.

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Fuel tanks
Fuel tanks

Ageing fuel tanks can be the source of contaminated fuel systems. Most of the contaminant is the result of fuel tank internal corrosion and the residual sludge that collects and finds itself in circulation through the fuel pipes, pump and carburettors.

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Window Kits
Window Kits

Electric Windows became standard equipment from the DB5 onwards. Electric window lifts for the DB4 were an optional extra, rarely fitted except perhaps for cars being exported to the USA.

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Internal
Internal

A problem with many older cars is inadequate instrument lighting.

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