Cool Britannia: Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Review

Classic Reviews

The DB7 was to Aston Martin what the RAF was to England during 1940. One defeated the Luftwaffe and helped save Britain from the Nazi jackboot, and the other helped to save one of the coolest car brands in existence from financial ruin. Prior to the DB7’s launch at the 1993 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin were in the financial …

Uber Rare Zagato Aston Calls New Zealand Home

Classic News

By Ben Selby We love classic cars. We love it when automotive heritage is preserved, treasured, and shared. While we are always interested to see new models from the world’s manufacturers, we love it even more when a rare car of recent years becomes an instant classic, or a classic of the future. This can easily be said of a …

The Greatest Aston That Never Was

Classic Yarns

By Ben Selby In the late seventies, Aston Martin were not what one would call “financially stable.” The decade which gave us space hoppers, bell-bottom pants, T Rex and massive sideburns, saw the fortunes of Aston, take a slight nosedive. However, while better times lay ahead, this didn’t stop them from sticking two Churchillian fingers up at the competition. The …