The AMHT archive is the largest collection of Aston Martin records in the world. It consists of factory records, publications, workshop manuals and thousands of photographs. Heritage services are one of the distinctive ways in which we share this history and the story of one of the most famous British marques.
If you are a car owner, or undertaking research, the wealth of material within our collection means we are in a unique position to provide information.
As an educational charity and a small team, we must charge for heritage services. The income contributes to the costs of maintaining and caring for the collection. As such, we charge for our time even if the collection doesn’t uncover answers.
Your enquiry is important to us and we aim to reply within 20 working days. Thank you for understanding we’re a small, busy team.
Please note prices quoted include VAT unless stated otherwise.
Build Sheets/Factory Vehicle Details
Please be aware that Heritage Certificates are not accepted by the DVLA as official documents.
If you are an Aston Martin dealer and would like to discuss the provision of regular Heritage Certificates please get in touch and we’d be happy to discuss this with you.
‘One Of’ Certificates
- V8 Vantage (X-pack)
- V8 Vantage Volante (1986-1989)
- DB7 (i6 and V12)
- V12 Vanquish/Vanquish S (AMV03)
- DB9 & Virage (VH1)
- V8 and V12 Vantage & derivatives (VH2)
- DBS (VH3)
- Vanquish (VH3)
- Rapide (VH4)
- Taraf (VH4)
Collections Research Reports
Please note, we do not hold material related to every car and we are not able to offer a full report into a car’s history. We can only provide and include what we have access to within the AMHT collection.
British Columbia Collector Status Letter
- British Columbia
- Canada for cars over 15 years old
- With an annual build of less than 1500 examples
- To obtain a ‘Collector Licence Plate'
Photography & Image Requests
- Legendary photographer Louis Klemantaski (1940s - 1950s)
- AML Historian Roger Stowers (1970s – 1990s)
- Neill Bruce, professional Automotive photographer
If you already have an idea or theme for the type of image you are interested in, please search our Online Collection and contact us with the object number(s) (e.g. AMHT-2022-425) of the image(s) to discuss your request further.
Please note that the site must be vacated between 1pm and 2pm.
We ask you to book research visits at least seven days in advance. Please also send a full list of requested items for approval. This allows us time to retrieve and condition check the items you are interested in viewing and confirm they are available. There is no current limit on the number of items you can request but please be mindful of how much material you will be able to view during your chosen timeframe.
Please look at the online collection in advance and let us know the object number(s) (e.g., AMHT-2022-425) of the material you are interested in or contact us to further discuss the material required.
If you wish to view material different to your original request, another appointment must be booked.