Escape to the Chateau Impney

Fisher Performance Cars are delighted to be partners from the start of the Chateau Impney’s big plans for the future of their estate. We have been handed the keys to our purpose built facility at:

1 The Old Works, Chateau Impney Estate, Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, WR9 0FF.

This is a monumental move for our young company, our 1400m2 site consist of three building in a gated court yard. The main three buildings are: The 10-12 car showroom, a five bay Workshop, offices and finishing bay. We are hoping to be moved in before the end of February.

The Showroom
Five bay Workshops
Boardroom
Reception

Aston Martin DBX first reviews

https://www.autoexpress.co.uk/aston-martin/dbx/108837/new-aston-martin-dbx-prototype-review

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/aston-martin/aston-martin-dbx-prototype-review-can-super-suv-save-company/

Aston Martin DB9 and Vantage Drive Shaft CV Gaiter repair

As many Aston Martin owners know when their drive shaft gaiter splits, which is a MOT failure the only way to rectify this is to replace the entire drive shaft at a cost of over £870 + VAT.

Fisher Performance Cars can now replace just the damage CV boot and clips at a fraction of the cost. We now keep a selection of original gaiters in stock, for a quote or advise please contact Mike on 01299 251 628 or info@fisherperformance.co.uk.

AUTOCAR 18th September 2019 – Fisher Performance Cars featured

Fisher Performance Cars are becoming the go to place for any Aston Martin requirements, whether it’s for service, sales, brokerage or just advice. In this weeks AUTOCAR (18th September 2019) we are featured heavily in an article “A PREMIUM BOND CAR” written by John Evans about the 2007 – 2011 Aston Martin DBS.

Cherished DB11 number plates FOR SALE

The Aston Martin DB11 is nearly two years old, here at Fisher Performance cars we have for sale two private registrations to up date your DB11. We have on retention DB11 DOC AND DB11 FUN, this is a perfect way to update your present vehicle. Please contact Mike on 01299 251 628 or mike@fisherperfomance.co.uk

Aston Martin DBS 59 celebrates 60 years of Le Mans 24 Hours fame

Aston Martin won the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1959. 60 years on, Aston Martin Cambridge has commissioned the firm’s bespoke Q division to create a run of 24 special editions: the DBS 59.

They’re derived from the DBS Superleggera, itself a name that first appeared in 1959, on the DB4 Superleggera. These days, the 715hp, 211mph machine is Aston’s fastest new car. The perfect base for a Le Mans-inspired edition.

DBS-59-1

Aston Martin actually finished 1-2 in the 1959 24 Hours of Le Mans, with Carroll Shelby’s DBR1 taking the chequered flag ahead of the rest – a field that included works Ferrari and Porsche entries, plus the famous Ecurie Ecosse Jaguars.

In Aston Martin folklore, then, the DBR1 is a very special car. One that inspired someone to pay £17.5 million for one at auction in 2017, making it the most valuable British car in history.

Not special enough? Then you’ll love the saddle leather helmet pods in the rear – which hold bespoke DBS 59 race helmets, suits and gloves.

Aston will also sell you period blue race overalls with DBS 59 Aston Martin logos, string-backed gloves similar to Shelby’s own, some bespoke luggage and an Aston Martin Racing Green car cover.

How can you tell which of the 24 DBS 59 you have? From a painted white roundel next to the side strakes. Choose the car cover and the same number will feature on it.

Aston Martin VP and chief marketing officer Simon Sproule said: “When Aston Martin Cambridge expressed a desire to create a limited run of DBS Superleggeras inspired by the DBR1’s famous Le Mans victory we knew it had to be something special.

“My favourite element on the ‘DBS 59’ are the seat backs that feature fabric inspired by the DBR1 seat material, but there are countless touches that will intrigue and delight”.

Fisher performance Cars vehicle storage

We are now offering vehicle storage solutions for all your prestige and classics cars, all vehicles are kept on battery conditioners in a dry secure unit.

Please contact info@fisherperformance.co.uk for rates and availability.

James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 is being relaunched

The Goldfinger DB5. Just like the DB4 GT Continuation models we saw at the end of 2016, Aston is building 25 brand-new Aston Martin DB5s, built as “authentic reproductions” of the exact car that Connery, Brosnan and Craig all drove in various screen outings.

By authentic, Aston mean things like revolving numberplates “and more”. We suspect the ejector seats and oil spray probably won’t make the cut, though we live in hope.

Each will be assembled at Aston’s Newport Pagnell factory – where the original DB5 was made – and will feature “sympathetic modifications”. And it’ll come in any colour you want as long as that colour is Silver Birch. Just like in the movies.

The original car came with a 4.0-litre straight-six with 282bhp and 280lb ft of torque. If it’s the same philosophy as the DB4 GT Continuation, expect the same, only slightly tweaked for reliability.

Aston will get assistance from EON Productions, the company responsible for the Bond films, and also a helping hand from Oscar winner Chris Corbould, who not only was the special effects supervisor on eight James Bond films, but also worked on Chris Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy.

The cars will be ready for customers in the later part of 2019, though as you would expect, they’re not cheap: £3.3m (including taxes) a pop.

“The connection between Aston Martin and James Bond is something of which we are very proud,” explains Aston boss Andy Palmer. “It is remarkable that the DB5 remains the definitive James Bond car after so many years.

“To own a Silver Birch DB5, complete with gadgets and built to the highest standards in the very same factory as the original James Bond cars? That is surely the ultimate collectors’ fantasy,” he added.

Collectors’ fantasy indeed. Not one of the 25 reproductions will be road legal. Aston intends to build three more – one for EON, one for itself, and a final one that’ll be auctioned off for charity.

Whatever you do however, don’t touch the little red button…