THE ASTON BARN PROJECT : DB1
Note : all photos are clickable to see them in a much
all photos have a
'source' given. Please have a look at my bibliography to decode.
In this page, we'll try to gather
a wealth of unrestored, survivor or
wrecked Aston Martins...
PLEASE SEND IF YOU FIND
THAT'S NOT HERE !
previouslsy listed as AMC/50/15)
source : Aston Workshop
PDF : (1,1 M)
Update: 50 photos (including those above). I have zipped
New PDF :
Quite rare: a postwar 4 cylinder Aston engine...
Found in bits... Thanks Alex for the info.
I found in the article the answer to something that has been puzzling
for quite a long time.
Indeed, here are the three last DB1 chassis numbers and registration
AMC/50/14 OPD 52
AMC/50/15 OPD 53
In 1950, Lord Chesham, chairman of
the RAC wanted to order one 2 litre Sports. He was answered production
had ceased but that if he ordered three, the works
would do an exception! He only found two friends and that was it...
Aston Martin Scrapbook