All parts catalogues, workshop manuals and instruction books available for these cars are below:
The following technical manuals are available for the DBS and AM Vantage: 69-43-105 Parts Catalogue 69-43-130 Workshop Manual 69-40-131 Owners Handbook
Aston Martin DB5s were produced from July 1963 to September 1965. The chassis numbers ran from DB5C/1251/R to DB5/2275/L with the exception of 2021, 2094, 2124 and 2125. The DB5 achieved fame appearing as James Bond's car in 'Goldfinger' (1964) and subsequently 'Thunderball' (1965). A total of 1021 DB5s were made with 123 of those being convertibles and 12 shooting brakes.
The Aston Martin DBS was produced at Newport Pagnell from October 1967 to May 1972 and its chassis numbers ran from DBS/5001/R to DBS/5829/RC. Due to slight modifications, a Series 2 technically started from chassis number 5557. These modifications included deepened panels under the nose and tail which improved aerodynamic lift and removal of the wooden dashboard.
Aston Martin produced the AM Vantage from May 1972 to July 1973 with chassis numbers running from AM/6001/RA to AM/6070/R. Only 70 cars were made, and the AM Vantage was the first model to be released by Company Developments Ltd having taken over the factory from David Brown Corporation in April 1972. The AM Vantage's significant differences were the redesigned front with two headlights rather than the four on the DBS.
The majority of the parts for the DBS and AM Vantage are sourced directly from Aston Martin Lagonda Limited and the availability is exceptionally good. We are able to supply all parts which are available from the Aston Martin Parts Operation and most parts immediately from our own stock. There are a number of parts that we always have in stock and a number as new, old stock. Some of these are listed below, please contact us for any further details.
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