Aston Martin

40 Years in Storage: 1969 Aston Martin DBS

Many of us have spent time with a stalled restoration project under our care, but rarely do we forget about it to the point that it’s found languishing on a trailer 40 years later? Well, for one long-term caretaker… more»

No Reserve: 1953 Aston Martin DB2

With only 411 examples produced, the Aston Martin DB2 is not what could ever be classed as a common car. We rarely see them here at Barn Finds, so to have two appear on our desks within days of… more»

One Of Only 411! 1953 Aston Martin DB2

Today, I have the honor of presenting a 1953 Aston Martin DB2 that will be auctioned at Gooding & Company’s Pebble Beach, California auction on August 13th and 14th. This is a special, original, and numbers matching automobile that… more»

Rare Barn Find! 1957 Aston Martin DB Mark III

Prior to 1964, many on U.S. shores were not familiar with Great Britain’s brilliant Aston Martin motor cars. A  spectacular spy movie that premiered that year introduced the uninitiated to the Aston Martin marque. But A-M occupied a significant… more»

The Infamous Wedge: 1977 Aston Martin Lagonda

When it comes to peak 80s zaniness, it doesn’t get much crazier than the Aston Martin Lagonda. A rolling technology nightmare, the Aston was created with all sorts of caution thrown to the wind in the interest of building… more»

30 Years in the Barn: 1962 Aston Martin DB4

Say what you will, but Gulling Motorcars does come up with some pretty great finds. It seems like it’d be near impossible anymore to continue pulling exotics like this 1962 Aston Martin DB4 out of old farm structures, but… more»

36k Mile Exotic: 1981 Aston Martin Lagonda

All of us have vehicles we lust after with little or no basis in logic, but there are some vehicles that require an even stronger stomach than normal. I don’t have any issue with the looks of the striking… more»

007’s Drop Top! 1964 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible

Time to take another trip to Gullwing Motor Cars and see what’s new this week. And lo and behold, we have a very rare 1964 Aston Martin DB5 convertible. I have never seen one and didn’t know such a… more»

1-Of-199: 1957 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk II Saloon

The Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk II was produced between 1955 and 1957, and a total of 199 vehicles were built during that period. Of those, 146 were the Saloon variant. This is one of those cars, and it will… more»

Fire Sale: Aston Martin, Singer Porsche, and More!

This 1970 Aston Martin V8 Vantage is an obvious burn victim, with barely any recognizable details left beyond the classic wire wheels with knock-off hubs that managed to survive the blaze. The real story isn’t just a solitary vintage… more»

One of Only 400: 1952 Aston Martin DB2

Gullwing Motor Cars is becoming the go-to place lately for “interesting” finds of European origin! This is the third review that I have covered for a GMC marketed automobile and, as usual, there will be much to consider. In… more»

1-Of-98: 1952 Aston Martin DB2 Drophead Coupe

Seeing a beautiful classic car that has been left to succumb to the ravages of time is always a heartbreaking experience, but when that classic also happens to be extremely rare, that makes the experience even more unbearable. The… more»

1971 Aston Martin DBS V8 Survivor!

This 1971 Aston Martin DBS V8 has been a single family-owned car its entire existence. Passed down from father to son, there is no clear reason why it is being sold, but it has a starting bid price of… more»

One of a kind 1987 Aston Martin Lagonda Shooting Brake

When an owner sets out on the journey to customize a classic car, their level of bravery can be judged against two separate criteria. The first is the make and model of the car that they have chosen to… more»

Rare Luxury: 1986 Aston Martin Lagonda

If you’ve never had the opportunity to stand in front of an Aston Martin Lagonda, you have actually missed a slightly special experience. It really messes with your head just how low these are in the front. They also… more»

1-of-54! 1991 Aston Martin Virage

In 1991 you would land a fairly well-equipped Mustang GT with a V8, air-conditioning, power windows and locks for about $15,000. Or, you could pay an additional $210,000 and buy an Aston Martin Virage. That’s right; for the 1991… more»