Aston Martin was founded in 1913 shortly after Martin won the well-known races "Aston Hill". 2 years later the Lionel Matin and Robert Bamford duet made their first car, by means of installation the 4-ekh of the cylinder engine on 1908 Isotta-Fraschinni chassis. However their plans of the beginning of production were simply destroyed by the beginning of World War I when both auto makers joined army.
The wave of glory and popularity which built Aston Martin to new heights, struck the company with all force about a bankruptcy wall in 1924. Only thanks to Lady Charnwood investments, the company remained to a naplav. However her son of John Benson whom it appointed by the main thing in the company, didn't equal hopes and in a year the company completely went bankrupt. At 1926 doors of Aston Martin were completely closed, and Lionel Matin, went to footwear of the old partner of Robert Bamford.
However Aston Martin didn't lose spirit and after war together with team of adherents resumed activity. Passed a little time and in 1920 Bamford left the Aston Martin team. Fortunately rather rich investor saw the true potential of a brand and enclosed a large sum on development of firm. Investments the column Louis Zborowski poured out in simply delightful technological decisions covered from above with whipped cream of prizes and victories.
In 1922 Aston Martin made cars to compete in French Gran at. Besides the gained fame, cars set records on the maximum speed and got on the front pages of newspapers.
Soon after Martin's departure the company was restored for the second time by the three of rich investors including Bill Renwick and Augustus Bertelli who were responsible for design and execution of some models which will be started in production later. To 1937 Bertelli already I developed and I released a set of vehicles, most known 'Le Mans', the Mk II' and the 'Ulster.
Though affairs at Aston Martin went well, the company had to face new financial problems soon, the termination financing from L. Prideaux Brune became the reason.
In 1947 David Brown developed the compartment car. Aston Martin Motors, entered a new stage of production the first model of a number of DB left from plant, and then for 7 years prior to the beginning of 70th still DB3 and DBS V8.
However the company continued to experience financial difficulties. In 1987 the American concern Ford which took 75% of shares of firm became the next owner of Aston-Martin.
In 1993, Ford receives complete control over the company of Aston Martin and gives it in the Prime minister Automotiv Group. At this time there are essential investments into production base. In 1994 Ford opens new plant in Banbury Road in Bloxham. In 1995 the company made 700 cars, in 1998 two-thousand DB7, and in 2002 — six-thousandth was constructed.
Aston Martin V8 Vantage
Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster
Aston Martin DB9
Aston Martin DB9 Volante (with additional sports options)
Aston Martin Vanquish
Aston Martin Rapide S
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