Buy A Classic From Aston Martin’s Swanky New London Showroom

Looking to pick up a classic Aston Martin? There’s any of a number of specialized dealers and brokers that could help you find just the right one. Or you could turn to the manufacturer’s own Works division, which has just opened a new showroom in the heart of London’s swankiest neighborhood.

Located alongside the Aston Martin Brand Experience Centre at 8 Dover Street in London’s Mayfair district, the new Works Heritage showroom allows prospective customers to buy a restored classic, or learn about having their own restored by the factory.

“The expansion of our Heritage showroom activity into Central London enables us to engage with our customers in the location where they work and live their lifestyle,” said Aston Martin Works chief Paul Spires. “It also supports the international appeal and invigorated interest in Aston Martin Heritage cars, allowing us to deliver a personal service to customers visiting the UK.”

In addition to producing the sold-out DB4 GT “continuation” series and the recently announced Goldfinger DB5s, the Works division also services and restores existing classic Astons, and sells factory-certified heritage models.

Among those Assured Provenance classics it currently has on offer, you’ll find a variety of DB4, DB5 and DB6 models from the 1960s and ’70s, V8 models from the ’80s and 90s, and a trio of V12 Vanquishs from the 2000s. And now you can arrange to buy one right in the capital, without having to trek out to the main location at the automaker’ historic home in Newport Pagnell, way out in the Midlands halfway to Birmingham.

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  • Reminds me of that Lotus showroom in Oxford Street, but I know AM Works will handle it properly unlike Lotus.

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