ASTON 12

Issue 12 of ASTON, the award-winning publication of the Aston Martin Heritage Trust

ASTON Issue 12 was published in December 2010.

The front/back cover photo shows Roy Salvadori's DB3S, in which Roy won the Unlimited Sports Car Race at the April 1956 BARC Aintree International Meeting, setting a new sports car lap record of 83.38 mph. It convincingly thrashed the Ecurie Ecosse Jaguars of Sanderson, Titterington and Flockhart.

In Issue 12:

2. From the Editor - The people who made Aston Martin
4.The Beauty is a Beast - 50 years of the first Zagato Aston
10.Gang of Four - Astons with Four Doors
16. Mort - The man who started it all
20.Beach's Bentley - Aston designer's first masterpiece
26.Lord of the Four Rings - Designer with Grand Prix pedigree
36."The Body held the car together....." - the lighter side of life in the racing shop
39.Barn Finds: Moth Lady - A mystery photo in the Archive
40. Goodwood 9 Hours - Victory for Aston in a tough race
45. Artist in Residence - The Trust's newest appointment
46. Ford with Aston pretensions - The afterlife of an Aston foreman
48. Penn Hughes - Rendezvous in Bulawayo
56. Roger Barlow - Bringing Aston Martin to Hollywood
60. Unsolicited? Testimonial - Miss Pink's over-enthusiasm
62. Superleggera - Aston's special Italian carrozzeria
70. Lance and the Playboy Prince - the high life of a prototype Aston
78. Racing Miss Olga - An Aston afloat
82. Review of 2009 - Highlights of the Trust's year
85. Driving a Wedge - At the wheel of the Trust's Lagonda
90. Barn Finds: The Razor's Edge - First outing for a famous racer
93. Le Mans 2010 - Aston Martin returns to La Sarthe
96. Tailpiece - The Lagonda and the naked lady

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