Aston Martin
Owners Club

Founded in 1935 by Morris ‘Mort’ Goodall the Aston Martin Owners Club is one of the oldest one-make car clubs in the world with one of the largest memberships, spread over sixty countries.

During the past 50 years the AMOC has had an increasing degree of professional administration. With help from the late Victor Gauntlett the Club purchased its own Headquarters. The Club is now based in a 15th Century barn located near Oxford, shared with artifacts and archive of the Aston Martin Heritage Trust.

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Aston Martin
Heritage Trust

The Aston Martin Heritage Trust was established by the Aston Martin Owners Club as a registered Charity in 1998, in order to preserve and develop the substantial heritage assets of the Club.

Since its inception the Trust has continued to develop this Collection, now housed in a wonderfully restored tithe barn at Drayton St Leonard, Oxfordshire, where it is co-located with the Owners Club HQ. We have several cars on display including A3, the oldest surviving Aston Martin, which we acquired and had totally restored.

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