The Aston Martin Owners Club publications are produced by Club Members for Club Members. Like many other aspects of the Club we rely on volunteers to organise the production of each magazine. We also rely on Members contributing articles and photographs for publication, and are always pleased to hear from Members who would like to have their material published.
The Publications Sub-committee meets once a quarter to review the recent issues and plan the content of forthcoming issues.
Advertising within AM News and AM Quarterly is handled by Marcella Brown at Club HQ. If you are considering advertising in either publications please contact Marcella for our advertising rates and production schedule. For advertising on this website please see here: AMOC Web Advertising .
Our 2013 Media Pack can be downloaded here. AMOC Media Pack 2013 269.20 Kb
AM Quarterly takes pride of place and contains technical articles, historical items, factory news and reports of Club activity from all round
The colour content has increased over the last couple of years to the extent that the Quarterly is now all colour. The popularity of digital photography has increased the availability of superb pictures too.
Spring 2010 Contents
German Section GUTS Rally
Trophies and Awards
The Rapide ‘Saloon’
Summer of ’59
Goodwood Revival Meeting
T Type to Le Mans
DB4/258/R Down Under
History through the News Sheet
Each month (except January) we publish AM News in A5 format bringing the latest information on future Club activity, brief reviews of past
events and news and views of interest to enthusiasts.
Re-launched at the beginning of 2007 as 'AM News' instead of 'News Sheet' the design has been altered to bring it into line
with AM Quarterly. Rarely less than 56 pages, AM News illustrates how active the Club is.
May 2010 Contents
Forthcoming Club Events
Other Forthcoming Events
From Club HQ
News of the Marque
News from the Areas
AMOC 75th Anniversary Events
AMHT Annual Journal
Every year, the Aston Martin Heritage Trust publishes Aston. This concentrates on aspects of the history of the
marque, drawing extensively from the historic documentary material which has been amassed by the Club over many years and which now forms the nucleus of the AMHT heritage collection.
|The Register of Members Cars
The Register is an invaluable reference book listing specifications, histories and other details of all Aston Martins and is published every four years. It currently stands at four volumes and has a wealth of detail on all cars from 1913-2005