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PostHeaderIcon Aston Martin Marks 60 Years Since Only Le Mans Win with Special DBS 59 Edition

If you want the ultimate front-engined Aston Martin experience and your bank accounts are adequately full, you have to go with the DBS Superleggera – the 715 horsepower monster that weighs under 4,000 pounds and can reach 211 mph. If you’re crazy about the brand’s history, then the DBS 59 is the car for you as it looks back at Aston’s first big splash in motorsport.

We’ve talked about the DBS Superleggera 59 before when Aston Martin first released a few pictures of the new limited-edition model commissioned by Aston Martin Cambridge for an occasion like no other in the brand’s history: the 60th anniversary of Roy Salvadori and Carroll Shelby’s sole overall win at Le Mans aboard the works-backed Aston Martin DBR1/300. We’re talking a lot here about a variety of manufacturers trying to find any sort of reason that could warrant the introduction of a special model, but this one right here is really special.

Why? Because it’s a way at looking back while keeping in mind that Aston Martin might mount an attack on Le Mans with its sights locked on the overall victory with a ’hypercar’ as per the new regulations that are set to be introduced in the World Endurance Championship in little over a year. These new rules, apparently, will allow Aston Martin Valkyrie-type cars to compete in what is currently the LMP1 category.

PostHeaderIcon The 2020 Aston Martin Rapide E Has Finally Been Exposed to the World and You Can Order One Now!

Aston Martin has finally revealed the Rapide E at the 2019 Shanghai auto show after teasing it for months. It’s the all-electric version of the four-door Rapide that comes with fast charging, over 200 miles range on a single charge, and performance to match (and even surpass) what the V12-powered Rapide can muster.

PostHeaderIcon Aston Martin DBX

Meet the first ever Aston Martin SUV, the DBX, which is set to make its market debut in the fourth quarter of 2019 – it’s exactly one year away. It will be built in a new facility located St Athan, in South Wales, a plant which Aston Martin aims to make its “home of electrification.”

Since there’s already a fully working pre-production prototype, it means work on the Aston DBX is quite advanced and, from under the camo, we can see what it’s going to end up looking like. It’s obviously going to be quite a departure for the brand, but since the Aston Martin badge is one of the most prestigious and desirable in the world, it will undeniably prove popular among luxury SUV buyers.

Aston Martin announced its intention to make a high rider with the DBX concept it showed back in 2015, but the production incarnation looks nothing like the sleek two-door concept. The production Aston Martin DBX is a more conventional five-door design, since it not only needs to look good but also cater for practical needs as well.

Update 4/11/2019:The Aston Martin DBX was caught testing on the Nurburgring, giving us our first look at it since Aston Martin released its own official “spy shots.” Check them out, along with anything we’ve learned in the Spy Shots section below.

PostHeaderIcon Zagato’s Centenary Aston Martin Looks Stunning In First Renders

We’re getting closer to the unveiling of what will be one of the prettiest cars of 2019: the Aston Martin DBS GT Zagato. What’s even better is that the front-engined grand tourer won’t come alone as, with it, the 19 buyers will get a painstakingly accurate recreation of the 1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato. Now, we’re getting a peek of how the two will look together.

The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato, one of the most beautiful Aston Martins ever made and, also, one of the most expensive, is still an object of lust almost 60 years after it was produced. One of them, the example known as ’2VEV’ due to its number plate, sold a few years ago for $13.1 million at auction. The recreation you’re getting along with the DBS GT Zagato, though, won’t cost you $13 million. It won’t even cost you $10 million. In fact, the two can be had – they won’t be sold separately – for the not-so-steep sum of $7.9 million. If you think that’s still too much, then take a look at these renders…

PostHeaderIcon Is Aston Martin Losing Its Britishness?

Far be it from us to bemoan the forward march of the time and the new trends that come with it. But any person with a little bit of integrity will admit that there are some things about the yesteryear worth preserving. I don’t mean any of the old times’ material things. They were all rubbish. Modern stuff are much better. What I’m talking about here is character, personality, charisma – the intangible stuff. That brings me to Aston Martin and the question I’ve been grappling with since I first laid eyes on their new generation of cars.

Maybe I’m getting old, but to my mind Aston Martins have always been what Winston Churchill would have been like if he were a car. They were large, imposing, a bit ungainly, powerful but flawed, inconvenient at times but utterly lovable. They could be aggravating, but it only made you respect them more. They seemed like they weren’t really in touch with the reality as most others perceived it, but somehow the version they presented was better and more wholesome. And no, they never ever were politically correct, which quite frankly was the main reason to love them. It goes the other way, too. If Aston Martin was a human, it would have been an Esquire of advanced age who drank whisky first thing in the morning, consumed five cigars by noon, ate massive meals with copious amounts of alcohol, and capped off the night with more of the same while engaging you in the most enthralling of conversations. And despite all of this you would have enjoyed his company to any lean and mean Italian, German, or French nobleman.

On that basis, the Astons now are like those astonishingly irritating reality TV stars whose very way of talking is an affront to British refinement and decency. They have grown all dainty and angular and slash-and-dash, which is fair enough. Those are the automotive trends of the day, apparently. The trouble is, where the looks go, the character follows. So whereas in the olden days driving an Aston was, to continue with our Churchillian metaphor, like having a diplomatic chat with a head of the State while lounging on a comfy armchair sipping Brandy and puffing at a hand-rolled Cuban, these days it’s more like hanging around a chip shop with your mates having a loud argument about who would you rather bang, Posh Spice or Jordan. Forgive the crude example, but you get the picture.

Don’t get me wrong. Modern Aston Martins, especially the new Vantage and the DBS, have become excellent driver’s cars thanks to German engineering and German parts and German management. But if all you want is a German sports car, why not buy a German sports car? What I’m saying is, we already have that. We already have German sports cars that are sharp and precise and serious. That is why we loved Astons. They weren’t like that. They gave us a sweet and refreshing alternative to that. With the older Astons – and we don’t even mean the magnificent 70s models like the beefy Vantage pictured at the top, but something like the reasonably modern DB9 – you got to experience power and performance in a different way than that propagated by those humorless Germans or dodgy Italians. It was an imperfect, but polished and polite way of doing things, which was quite lovely – the proper British way.

So the answer to the question posed above is sad but resounding yes. Aston is losing its Britishness as fast as it’s trading flair for flamboyancy, character for convenience, purity for popularity and integrity for investment. Well, it’s another dream of ours crushed and tossed into the bin. I don’t like Aston Martin anymore.

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PostHeaderIcon Aston Martin AM-RB 003

The Aston Martin AM-RB 003, previously known as Project 003, is a concept car that previews a production model scheduled to arrive in 2021. The company’s third supercar, the AM-RB 003 follows in the footsteps of theValkyrie and Valkyrie AMR Pro, formerly known as Project 001 and Project 002, respectively.

Just like the Valkyrie, the AM-RB 003 is being developed with input from Red Bull Advanced Technologies in the design and engineering departments and will include features and technologies from the said hypercar. Aston Martin promises that this supercar will “meet and surpass the performance demands of existing top-end hypercar rivals,” but until actual data comes out, it’s just PR talk. Let’s find out what we already know about this vehicle.

PostHeaderIcon A Deep Look Into Aston Martin’s Mid-Engined History

Aston Martin is known as a maker of exquisite and refined grand tourers, long-legged cars that offer enough panache to satisfy Ian Fleming’s James Bond on many an occasion. You could say Aston Martin knows every trick there is to know when it comes to building a front-engined GT car and that’s why they’re now looking to build more and more cars with the engine behind the seats. But the Valkyrie, the new Vanquish, and the AM-RB 003 aren’t the first of their kind in Aston Martin’s history.

When you think of any DB model from Aston Martin, you imagine an elegant two-door tourer ready for long journeys with a sumptuous and well-appointed interior and a feisty engine in front of the windshield. The company’s one and only Le Mans winner, the DBR1, was also front-engined as was the futuristic brick-like Lagonda luxury sedan from the ’70s. But, then, in the ’80s, when Aston Martin returned to sports car racing, it did so with a mid-engined car. This effectively heralded a new breed of Aston Martins, one that has stayed away from the public highways up until now but one that’s interesting to look into nonetheless.

PostHeaderIcon Everyone’s Going Electric, Including James Bond Himself

As good as he is at foiling international criminals from their evil schemes, not even James Bond himself can stop the onslaught of electrification in the auto industry. Proof of that lies in the next Bond film where 007’s ride-of-choice will be the Aston Martin Rapide E. The British automaker’s first-ever electric car joins a long list of Aston Martin models to appear in a James Bond film. The yet-to-be-titled Bond movie — it’s working title is Bond 25 — is scheduled to release in April 2020. It’s the 25th movie in the long-standing franchise, so you can expect it to have no shortage of surprises, including the array of gadgets and weapons that will be included in the Rapide E’s arsenal.

PostHeaderIcon Lagonda All-Terrain Concept Is a Luxury SUV That Is Suitable To Become Your Home As Well As Your Workplace

Aston Martin has revived the Lagonda marque as a luxury all-electric brand and is going berserk with new launches in a short frame of time. The company has unveiled its second concept car, the Lagonda All-Terrain Concept, at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Unlike the last year’s audacious Lagonda Vision concept, Aston Martin says that this one will make it to production. From what we have seen, we really hope it does.

PostHeaderIcon The 2020 Aston Martin AM-RB 003 Is a Valkyrie with a Hybrid V-6 and Luggage Room

Aston Martin’s long-awaited mid-engine hypercar is about to take the 2019 Geneva Motor Show by storm. It’s called the AM-RB 003 — we previously knew it as “Project 003” — and Aston Martin wants us to think of it as the Valkyrie’s offspring, or, as Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer calls it, “the bridge” that connects the world of mid-engine Astons with the high heavens where the Valkyrie currently resides. Truth be told, the AM-RB 003 shares more than a family tree with the Valkyrie. The former is, in many ways, heavily influenced by the latter, using much of the same technology and fundamental design cues that came to define the Valkyrie. That’s why the AM-RB 003 looks a lot like its “father,” albeit with a more refined and streamlined appearance that goes hand in hand with an electrified powertrain that features a turbocharged V-6 engine. Only 500 units of the AM-RB 003 will be released. There’s no specific price tag yet, but don’t expect it to sell for anything less than £1 million. If you’re keeping score, that’s $1.32 million based on current exchange rates.

PostHeaderIcon The 2020 Aston Martin Valkyrie Has a Confirmed Output of 1,160 Horsepower!

The highly anticipated Aston Martin Valkyrie is not yet ready to go into production, but the British firm just unveiled a few juicy bits about its drivetrain. The biggest news is the Valkyries official power rating, set at 1,160 horsepower and 664 pound-feet of torque.

PostHeaderIcon Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition

The first seed of Aston Martin’s newly minted partnership with TAG Heuer has born fruit in the form of a special edition DBS Superleggera. Appropriately called the TAG Heuer Edition, the special edition DBS Superleggera is the four-wheeled embodiment of refined excellence. Exclusive features abound throughout the coupe’s exterior and interior, and the result is a stealthy-looking supercar that speaks loudly to the shared ideals of both Aston Martin and TAG Heuer. If you’re looking for a special edition supercar that oozes craftsmanship, quality, precision, and attention to detail, look no further than the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition. Only 50 units of this special edition DBS Superleggera will be made. Each model costs £295,000, which converts to around $390,000 based on current exchange rates.

PostHeaderIcon Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition

The first seed of Aston Martin’s newly minted partnership with TAG Heuer has born fruit in the form of a special edition DBS Superleggera. Appropriately called the TAG Heuer Edition, the special edition DBS Superleggera is the four-wheeled embodiment of refined excellence. Exclusive features abound throughout the coupe’s exterior and interior, and the result is a stealthy-looking supercar that speaks loudly to the shared ideals of both Aston Martin and TAG Heuer. If you’re looking for a special edition supercar that oozes craftsmanship, quality, precision, and attention to detail, look no further than the Aston Martin DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer Edition. Only 50 units of this special edition DBS Superleggera will be made. Each model costs £295,000, which converts to around $390,000 based on current exchange rates.

PostHeaderIcon Aston Martin Lagonda All-Terrain Concept

The Lagonda All-Terrain Concept is a zero-emissions concept vehicle set to break cover at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Built by Aston Martin as the brands first all-electric SUV, it follows the Lagonda Vision Concept from 2018 and will eventually inspire a production model.

We don’t know much about the All-Terrain concept at this point, but Aston Martin did release a teaser photo that shows some the Lagonda’s front fascia. Although it was originally rumored that Lagonda’s first SUV will go against the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, it seems the Brits are actually preparing a sportier crossover that’s smaller than Rolls-Royce’s massive hauler. Stay tuned for an update from the Geneva Motor Show.

PostHeaderIcon Aston Martin Project 003

The Aston Martin Project 003 is a concept that the British firm will unveil at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The vehicle will become a production model in 2021, as well as the company’s third hypercar. The new vehicle follows the Valkyrie and Valkyrie AMR Pro, formerly known as Project 001 and Project 002, respectively.

There isn’t much information to run by as of this writing, but Aston Martin did say that Project 003 will be a bit different than the Valkyrie. Not only it will have a hybrid system, but it will also include luggage space. Production will also be bigger, with 500 units set to roll out of Aston Martin’s factory. That’s a big jump from the Valkyrie’s 175-unit production run, 25 of which are AMR Pro versions. Stay tuned for more info about this car from the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.

PostHeaderIcon Here’s Your First Look at the Aston Martin Project 003

The 2019 Geneva Motor Show is only two weeks away, and automakers are already rolling out teasers of vehicles they will showcase in Switzerland. Among them, there’s the Aston Martin Project 003, a new hypercar that the British firm is looking to launch in 2021. We only have a teaser shot and little info right now, but Project 003 looks and sounds exciting, to say the least.

PostHeaderIcon Join the AMR Drivers’ Club and Aston Martin Will Teach You How to Really Drive Your Sports Car

Aston Martin wants its clients to not baby their cars anymore and, instead, head to the track and hone their skills to extract everything out of their sports cars. That’s why the British automaker launched the AMR Drivers’ Club that will tour some of Europe’s top tracks and teach Aston owners how to drive better. The program could, potentially, help some of you become legitimate race car drivers.

The program offers a number of levels divided into three areas: AMR Experience, AMR Academy, and AMR GT Academy. From learning how to drive your own car as fast as you can, to tasting other Aston-Martin products, including the 2019 Vantage GT4, everything is possible through this program – if you can afford it. Then again, if you can afford to own an Aston-Martin, you can probably afford to track it too.

PostHeaderIcon The AMR Track Performance Pack for the Aston Martin Valkyrie Rides the Line Between Crazy and Insane

Such news always messes up my thought process for a while. How can an insanely powerful hypercar get add-ons that will make it all the more powerful? Somehow Aston Martin has managed to accomplish it. The AMR Track Performance PAck for the 2018 Aston Martin Valkyrie is not just about the performance; it includes a vast array of add-ons that can make it stand out even more than it already does….if you can believe that.

PostHeaderIcon Here’s Why Aston Martin Valkyrie Is the Ultimate Hypercar

This past few years we have witnessed a sharp increase in the number and variety of hypercars released by car manufacturers. Pretty much all the big names have at least one player in this highly exclusive market, which of course makes for great rivalry and banter among the fans. So here’s a conversation starter: we reckon that of all the new hypercar the Aston Martin Valkyrie is by far and away the best and the coolest. Let us tell you why.

I know that after reading the line above you are automatically switching to your default defense mode trying to reject that argument. But hear us out. Of course, we grant you that the LaFerrari has more pizzazz, McLaren P1 or the AMG One are more of a technological feat, and that the Porsche 918 is the finest all-around hypercar. But what are hypercars for? They are the ultimate object of desire for car people. They have to stun, amaze and disrupt. They should be outlandish, illogical, downright obtrusive even. Those qualities are what makes owning them and driving them an occasion. Yes, the 918 is an excellent car. But we put it to you, a hypercar you can drive everyday is not a hypercar.

And that brings us to Mr. Valkyrie. When you examine this beast up close, you start to notice the differences that, in our book, make this the king of modern hypercar. Let’s start with the design. As insane as something like the AMG One or the Koenigsegg Agera look, they are pretty tame in comparison with the Aston Martin Valkyrie. The name is apt. This creature, boasting Norse DNA boosted with Anglo-Saxon grit, is unbelievably shocking to behold. And that is exactly what a proper hypercar should be – an assault on your sense. But it’s more than that. One could argue that the Mercedes AMG One is also shocking, and it is. But whereas the AMG looks like it was designed engineers who have a very nerdy approach to art and beauty, the Aston is penned by people who would have become excellent cubists or expressionists had they stayed in art school a bit longer. Just imagine this car on the road next to, say, a Ford Focus. It’ll look like an alien spaceship.

Another extremely important aspect of a hypercar is the ownership experience. With Ferrari you are lucky if they let you choose the color, and Porsche offers you only one package with which to customize your 918. With the Aston Martin Valkyrie, things are a bit different. For starters, you have the choice between the regular and AMR Pro model, depending on where you want to use the car. Then there is something in between which allows you to utilize the car for both and track, and it’s called the AMR Track Performance Pack. These are a number of add-ons you can bolt on the car in place of the standard parts and turn it from a road-going stunner into a track-focused monster. Some of the main highlights of the pack include a second set of all other exterior body panels, lightweight titanium brakes, track-focused suspension and a matte black magnesium performance wheel and carbon-fibre aero-disk set.

But that is not all. After you are done speccing up the Valkyrie with those bits, they give you the ‘Q’ catalog which includes three exclusive specifications. We could wax lyrical about each one in detail, but in the interest of brevity we just list the items for you here:




















ULTIMATE – ‘Q by Aston Martin’ Designer Specification

  • Fully exposed satin carbon fibre body – Q by Aston Martin
  • Red tinted carbon fibre roof and engine cover – Q by Aston Martin
  • Carbon fibre aero discs with bespoke graphic detailing – Q by Aston Martin
  • Satin Mokume carbon fibre exterior and interior detailing including headlamp bezels, steering wheel face plate, central vent and side pod vents
  • Red woven leather in central armrest and door insert
  • Red seat harnesses

MANTIS – ‘Q by Aston Martin’ Designer Specification

  • ‘Iridescent Emerald’ Q by Aston Martin Collection Paint
  • Gold Pack – Q by Aston Martin commissioned exterior and interior detailing
    • 24–Carat Gold Leaf exterior livery applied to side swage line and front bonnet
    • Gold Plated Stainless Steel Ultrafine Wings Badge
    • Gold Anodised Oil Filler Cap
    • Gold Anodised Interior Jewellery
    • Honeycomb aluminium gold anodised detailing on wheel
  • Green tinted carbon fibre roof and engine cover
  • Gloss Mokume carbon fibre exterior and interior detailing including headlamp bezels, steering wheel face plate, central vent and side pod vents

SPIRIT – Designer Specification

  • ‘Ethanol Silver’ paint finish
  • ‘Caycous Orange’ exterior graphics
  • Matte black diamond turned aluminium honeycomb wheels with black calipers
  • Exposed gloss lacquered carbon fibre roof and engine cover
  • Black textured tail pipes
  • ‘Grey Blend’ alcantara interior trim
  • Black anodised interior jewellery

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PostHeaderIcon Someone Has Ordered a Raging Pink Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake and We Understand

Unveiled in late 2017, the cool Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake is starting to make appearances on public roads. Aton Martin Lagonda Group SEO and President Andy Palmer spotted one during a factory walk, and it’s more outlandish that the car we’ve seen on auto show floors – simply because it’s painted bright pink!

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End Date: Tuesday Apr-23-2019 19:00:58 PDT
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1966 Chevrolet C-10 1966 C10 shortbed driver. 350/350
$16,999.00 (17 Bids)
End Date: Wednesday Apr-24-2019 11:10:12 PDT
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1967 Chevrolet C-10 1967 GMC C10 Longbed 6cyl three on the tree
$510.00 (6 Bids)
End Date: Tuesday Apr-30-2019 16:50:14 PDT
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1953 Chevrolet Other Pickups 1953 chevy 3100 rat rod
$5,500.00
End Date: Thursday May-9-2019 10:31:28 PDT
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1957 Chevrolet Other Pickups 1957 Chevy Truck
$15,100.00 (2 Bids)
End Date: Tuesday Apr-23-2019 11:27:38 PDT
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