Aston Martin Opens Heritage Center for Classic Cars

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British sportscar manufacturer Aston Martin has officially opened their Heritage Showroom at Aston Martin Works in Newport Pagnell. The new facility will allow customers to benefit from the "vast knowledge of the Works team and its experience in handling sales, on-going service and of course, its world-renowned restoration division” when buying classic Aston Martin vehicles.
The opening of the Heritage Showroom also marks the end of a two year refurbishment of the Olympia building at Aston Martin Works. The center, which hosts a display of heritage Aston Martin cars, was decorated with period memorabilia and provides space for launches, special events, seminars and conferences for hundreds of people.

“Aston Martin Works can now provide its customers with an exceptional service, spanning the most modern super cars to cherished heritage models; from sales, to ongoing service, maintenance and repairs, to full restoration,” said Graham Darby, general manager of Aston Martin operations.

Aston Martin is building vehicles in Newport Pagnell since 1957.
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