We were invited by AMHT to participate in the unveiling of a plaque to mark the birthplace of Lionel Martin who, together with Robert Bamford, formed the company which eventually became Aston Martin. A timeline of 16 cars was provided from A3, the oldest surviving Aston, through to DB11 which was kindly provided by AML Bristol. Our thanks to the Trust, David Wright and Richard Pinkett for their hard work to make the unveiling possible.
We were invited by the Truro & District Motor Club to attend a presentation they put on to coincide with the unveiling of the plaque to mark the birthplace of Lionel Martin at Nansladron House near St Austell. An excellent evening which was enjoyed by all.
Our thanks to Richard Dix for organising our final Devon Club Evening of the year - and the sun shone! 26 Members attended and there was a good display of Astons in the car park plus some interlopers. Click on 'Read More' to see the report and more pictures.
Around 60 of some the UK’s most coveted Aston Martin cars, from classic DB5s to modern GT racing cars and a Vulcan, were on display at Boconnoc House and Gardens on Sunday 17 September attracting over 300 visitors to the AMOC Autumn Conocurs – the largest event the Club has ever staged in the West Country.