Aston Martin' Heritage Showroom now open - will sell classic cars including the DB7

Aston Martin has opened the Heritage Showroom at Aston Martin Works marking the successful end of a two year refurbishment.

From the Heritage Showroom classic Aston Martin’s will be sold directly, allowing customers to draw on the vast knowledge of the Works team and its experience in handling sales, on-going service and of course, its world-renowned restoration division.

There is also a new modern car showroom, which was opened just over a year ago, offering customers the unique experience of being able to view and compare cars from every era of Aston Martin’s 100 years at Aston Martin Works.

Aston Martin Works can now provide its customers with an exceptional service, from moden and classic car sales, to ongoing service, maintenance and repairs, to full restoration.

The Heritage Showroom is housed within the restored Olympia building, which has been central to the Aston Martin story since its move to Newport Pagnell in 1957.

The Heritage Showroom has classic models up to and including the DB7.


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