Founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford as Bamford & Martin Ltd, even the Aston Martin's first cars were created with a distinctive and individual character, handcrafted to high quality standards and capable of impressive performance. 

The era of David Brown saw years of expanding the business as well as the introduction of iconic and successful road and race cars such as the DB2, the Le Mans-winning DBR1, the Zagato-penned DB4GT and of course the DB5, James Bond's car of choice in Goldfinger.

In the 1970s, some ownership changes didn't keep the company from premiering the newly-designed V8 and the re-launched Lagonda brand, before the company revitalized the famous "DB" moniker in the 1990s.

Today, Aston Martin is a modern, exclusive sports car brand with a unique heritage instantly recognised around the world. The British marque fuses the latest technology, time honoured craftsmanship and graceful styling to produce a range of critically acclaimed sports cars. 

Lean back and enjoy some of the best Aston Martins that are currently on the market, ideally with a glass of whisky or wine.

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1950 Aston Martin DB2 'Washboard'

Super-Rare

DB 2 Washboard By J.D Classics

1950 Aston Martin DB2 ‘Washboard’. 1 of only 50 examples built. Almond Green with Green Hide and carpets, delivered new to Australia, period race history. Subject of a total body off restoration in Australia. Extensive 2000 hour concours detailing including a full re-paint and engine out engine bay detailing by JD Classics in 2015 culminating in a class award at …

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1955 Aston Martin DB2/4

For The Conoisseur

DB 2/4 By Albion Motorcars

This is a car for the true connoisseur : an extremely well preserved Aston Martin DB2/4, in an impossible to duplicate original condition. A full matching nrs, first registered in England on 02.05.1955, and delivered by E.H. Organ & Sons. The interior is completely original, and just fantastic. Car interiors come rarely in such a nicely patinated condition. Everything functions …

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1959 Aston Martin DBR4

Pure Race Breed

DBR4 By Pendine

Over the winter of 1957-58 Aston Martin’s racing department developed a new Formula 1 car, to run alongside their successful DBR1 sports racer. The design conformed to the traditional Grand Prix configuration of a front-engined, rear-mounted gearbox-cum-final-drive assembly. Feltham was to look the dominant Maserati 250F in the eye. The chassis was a lightweight, fine-gauge tubular steel spaceframe, clothed in …

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1959 Aston Martin DB MK 3 For Sale

What A Convertible

DB MK 3 By Post Vintage Engineering

Aston Martin DB MK 3 For Sale A copy of the original build sheet for the car shows the car’s delivery to it’s first owner, Josepth Paynton on the 8th August 1959. In 1966, the second owner, Dr Free, an enthusiast and professional engineer bought the car to replace his Svecia Red AC Bristol convertible that he had christened “Jezebel” …

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1964 Aston Martin DB5

Bond Car

DB5 By Gallery Aaldering

Nearly fifty years after its screen debut in 1964, the Aston Martin DB5 has left an indelible mark on popular culture. Due to the amazing impact James Bond had and still has, the DB5 still is one of or probably the most iconic car ever produced. In 1963, Aston Martin introduced the DB5 at the Earl’s Court Motor Show in …

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1964 Aston Martin Lagonda Rapide

Sporting Luxury Saloon

Lagonda Rapide By DD Classics

The ultimate example of sporting luxury Exceptionally rare, 1 of only 55 produced Borg-Warner Automatic gearbox uprated by Aston (48 were Auto) Uprated to 4.2 Litre Electronic power steering fitted Superb condition throughout Over £30,000 worth of invoices in its history file Aston Martin revived the famous Lagonda …

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1965 Aston Martin DB5

Rare Left-Hand Example

DB5 By Fiskens

The most famous of all Aston models, largely due to its 007 connections, the DB5 was the British marque’s attempt to build a world-class GT sports coupé with the English gentleman in mind. Hand built and crafted with superior manufacturing materials such aluminum-alloy body panels mounted over a framework of small-diameter tubing, its engine was a race …

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1971 Aston Martin DB6 MK2

British Racing Green Beauty

DB6 MK2 By Aston Workshop

We are proud to offer for sale this superb, matching numbers example of the iconic and much sought after Aston Martin DB6 MK2. This particular Aston was first registered on 3rd June 1971 and is well known to Aston Workshop having been sold by us to a very discerning buyers some 9 years ago, remaining in his possession …

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1979 Aston Martin V8 Volante

Famous AML 1 Registration

V8 Volante By Samuel Laurence

This 1979 Aston Martin V8 Volante has the distinction of being an early right-hand drive Volante and finished in the rare and ultra desirable Orchard Green. Presented with unique Aston Martin history and part of Aston Martin motoring history, the car was purposely built and delivered new to Mr Alan Curtis, the then managing director …

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2007 Aston Martin DBR9

Successful Le Mans Racer

DBR9 By KW Autos

One of 16 DBR9 chassis built by the collaboration of Aston Martin and Prodrive 3rd at 24h of Le Mans in 2010 Very successful car in the FIA GT championship Approximately 1.500 km since last revision of engine and gearbox Running condition Shakedown will be performed before delivery Great car for 90s endurance legends events or 24h Classic at Daytona …

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2011 Aston Martin Rapide

Elegant Four-Door Stunner

Rapide By Lex Classics

For sale, Beautiful Aston Martin Rapide performed in sporty color Onyx Black metallic combined with an Obsidian Black leather interior. “The World’s Most Elegant Four-Door Sports Car” Calls Aston Martin this four-door sports saloon and we totally agrees. This car was delivered new in Germany by Thomas Exclusive Cars GMBH in Radebeul (Dresden). Since February 2015, this Aston Martin Rapide …

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ONE MOMENT IN TIME

1966 Snetterton – Testing the prototype Lotus 41 with Jackie Oliver. Pictured is the Bedford transporter and Derek Wild's Ford Cortina GT, a gift from Ford and Colin Chapman for winning the championship with Jim Clark.

Photo by Derek Wild, UK - Thomas Horat Collection