London Concours reveals Aston Martin celebration

| 11 Mar 2020
Classic & Sports Car – London Concours reveals Aston Martin celebration

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This summer’s London Concours will celebrate Aston Martin with an 11-strong display.

Held at the Honourable Artillery Company HQ in central London on 10-11 June, the dedicated ‘Great Marques’ class will feature seven DBs, starting with a DB2/4.

And this will be one of seven classes, Lancias, ‘The Pursuit of Speed’ and the previously revealed Ferrari Dinos being three of the other curated displays.

Classic & Sports Car – London Concours reveals Aston Martin celebration

Of course, a DB5 will surely draw the cameraphones, especially in the year that James Bond’s latest, No Time To Die, is due to be released.

Continuing the 007 theme will be the DBS ‘Casino Royale’, finished in the exact combination made famous in Daniel Craig’s first outing as Bond.

These will be joined by a low-mile example of the DB7 V12 Vantage, a DB9 and more.

Classic & Sports Car – London Concours reveals Aston Martin celebration

“With a brand like Aston Martin, whittling over 110 years of history down to just 11 cars is no mean feat,” said Andrew Evans, London Concours Director.

“We believe we’ve found some of the finest privately-owned Aston Martins in the country, some of which have truly astonishing stories that go some way to revealing some of the magic behind this truly iconic British brand.”

The full ‘Great Marques – Aston Martin’ class line-up is as follows:

  • Aston Martin DB2/4
  • Aston Martin DB4
  • Aston Martin DB5
  • Aston Martin DB6
  • Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage
  • Aston Martin DB9
  • Aston Martin DBS ‘Casino Royale’
  • Aston Martin Vanquish S
  • Aston Martin Lagonda
  • Aston Martin V8 Vantage
  • Aston Martin Vantage LM
     

For tickets to the London Concours, please click here.


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