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16 October 2020

October has been an exciting month for Aston Workshop, nestled in the heart of the countryside, we have some exciting projects in the pipeline. As an Aston Martin specialist, we work some of the most luxurious and specialist Aston Martin vehicles on the market.   

 

1965 Aston Martin DB5 gearbox upgrade

 

Finished in a beautiful traditional Silver Birch paintwork, this 1965 Aston Martin DB5 has arrived for a gearbox upgrade and service. In immaculate condition after a full body off restoration 3 years ago by Aston Workshop, this James Bond-esque 2 door coupe represents the very best in class and style.

 

Fitted with a 4.2-litre, straight 6 engine, the '65 DB5 is best known for its appearance in the James Bond franchise, making its on screen debut in Goldfinger. 

 

1952 Aston Martin DB2 restoration

 

Our team are making good progress in the body shop repairing the chassis of the '52 Aston Martin DB2. Our body shop specialists have vast experience in restoring stunning classics to their former glory.

 

This light weight sportscar is at the initial stage of its restoration and will be returned to 100% original specification.


However for all you racing fans, we have a beautiful FIA 1952 Aston Martin DB2 Ex-George Abecassis in stunning Graphite Grey available for purchase. For more information visit: https://aston.co.uk/cars-for-sale/aston-martin/db2/car2297

 

A modern classic transformation

 

This '04 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante has arrived on our doorstep following an altercation with a Kia Sportage parked outside the owners house in Cambridge.

 

Supplied to its current owner by the Aston Workshop the customer requested the car be brought back to us for repair. Painted in a stunning Antrim Blue, the coupe will require some love and attention before it is returned to its former glory.

 

As a modern classic the DB7 could be regarded as the model that saved the Aston Martin brand as it reignited the British company, it was eventually replaced by the DB9 in late 2004. 

 

More to come...

 

A new arrival to Aston Workshop is a magnificent DB6, the owner would like to convert the car to electric power. More information to comeā€¦

 

To contact Aston Workshop for more information please call +44 (0) 1207 233 525 or email Astonworkshop@aston.co.uk

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