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  • THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE LAGONDA…
    …and so much more. Peter Tomalin celebrates the life and works of a remarkable design talent – with special guest stars from Aston Martin, including DBS V8 and Bulldog
  • HOW TO WIN PRIZES (and influence judges)
    Take a rookie concours entrant, an obsessively restored Ferrari, a curious Octane editor and set them loose at Salon Privé.
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  • EIGHT into FIVE
    This unique DB5 was created by Aston Martin’s Experimental department as a test-bed for its new V8 engine. Peter Tomalin takes the wheel
  • GET OUT THERE!
    There are dozens of tours and rallies on the calendar for 2023. We’ve done the easy bit by listing some here; you have the much trickier task of choosing between them all…
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