4 Aston Martin's That We All Love
There are certain companies that immediately exude all things or British. Aston Martin is one of them.

Allow Kahn News to present, in no particular order, 4 Aston Martin Vehicles that we all love.

Last ever UK registered Vanquish S

Renowned for its association with all things 007, the Aston Martin Vanquish is viewed by observers and critics alike as the archetypal British supercar.

A rare piece of British automotive history, this is the last Vanquish S to be registered in the UK.

Available to view out our Leeds City Centre showroom, the Vanquish S benefits from an increase in power to 520 bhp, giving it a top speed of over 200 mph, making it one of the fastest road cars ever produced by Aston Martin.

Subtle updates to the grille, front splitter and the addition of a spoiler set the Vanquish S apart from the rest. Finished in Onyx Black, with an Obsidian leather interior, the car comes with a full service history, having had only two owners from new.

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1967 Aston Martin DB6

The successor to the popular DB5 model, the Aston Martin DB6 enjoyed the longest production run to that date of any Aston Martin Model.

Among the most notable features were an increased wheelbase and higher roof line, the distinctive Kamm rear spoiler, and split front and rear bumpers.

Available to view at our Leeds Showroom, this 1967 model is presented in outstanding condition, having been subject to a full, bare metal, restoration by Aston Martin specialists Four Ashes of Stratford-Upon-Avon.

Key features of this example include a full bare metal restoration, original wooden steering wheel, Burgundy Deep Pile and much more.

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00 77 Registration Number Plate

An Aston Martin would not be complete without the renowned 00 77 registration.

Sophisticated, elegant and pleasing to the eye; the 00 77 number plate is the ideal for James Bond himself.

Drive through London, New York or Dubai with this registration affixed to your vehicle and you may get to indulge in the shadowy, yet glamorous world of international espionage yourself!

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A fabulously clever way to make a great deal of money and cut C02 emissions, the smallest Aston Martin in history was dubbed by many as the most controversial car of 2011.

As expected, the Cygnet was given an Afzal Kahn makeover thanks to a metallic imperial blue finish coupled with blue metallic bonnet louvers and brake callipers finished in heat resistant blue paint.

One will also find a stainless steel quad exhaust system, with cross hair tips, as well as a set of RS wheels, which come in a 17-inch size for the front axle and 18-inch for the rear. These can be ordered in any colour and fit standard centre caps