Farewell to the Aston Vantage

Nothing turns heads or melts hearts like an Aston Martin:even an ageing, flawed one, writes Kyle Fortune

26th March, 2015
Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Roadster

There are better cars available, let’s get that out of the way from the off, but none, absolutely none, will get you the sort of attention that an Aston Martin will. Generous, warm-hearted interest too, not the scornful disdain that you’ll often experience when driving one of Italy’s red cars. Stop in an Aston Martin and people will chat, say it’s beautiful and leave you feeling like you’ve made their day a bit better....

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