The Aston Martin Heritage Trust was founded in 1998 as an educational charity to record, preserve and celebrate the history of Aston Martin Lagonda.
Our display cases show off a varied range of items such as Sir Stirling Moss' overalls and helmets, original tools and equipment from the factory at Newport Pagnell and unique parts, seats and engines from cars throughout the whole range.
Starting out as a small collection of ephemera, trophies and our 1935 Ulster, the collection has grown to include cars stretching from the earliest days of Bamford & Martin Ltd including the oldest surviving Aston Martin in the world, to many models of more recent second century years.
We currently care for around 30 vehicles, including engineering prototypes, design models and display cutaways.
Our archive holds the largest collection of Aston Martin records in the world, including factory records, publications, workshop manuals and thousands of photographs.
These incllude images from inside the factories through the years, publicity stills and private photographs of individual cars around the world.
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