Two classic Astons at the Kroymans “Licensed to Thrill” event

The original DB5 that featured in Skyfall, plus the A3 (the oldest Aston Martin still in existence), together in one place. That was the main attraction of the Kroymans “Licensed to Thrill” event, held in Hilversum the Netherlands in the past two days.

Kroymans - Licensed to Thrill

I really enjoyed taking pictures of these classic beauties (and of all the visiting modern Aston Martins in the parking lot). Here’s some of the photos I took of the 2 classic Astons.

The Skyfall DB5

This is it, the real “BMT216A” DB5 that featured in the latest Bond movie Skyfall.

DB5 front 3:4

DB5 front

DB5 rear 3:4

DB5 wings logo

DB5 Superleggera

DB5 badge and plate

Aston Martin A3

The Aston Martin A3 was built in 1921 and it’s now the oldest surviving Aston Martin.
It’s four cylinder, 1.5 litre engine, generates 11 (yes, that’s eleven) hp!

Aston Martin A3 - front 3:4

Aston Martin A3 - front

Aston Martin A3 - rear 3:4

Aston Martin A3 - Generations

Aston Martin A3 - AM logo

Aston Martin A3 - fender

Aston Martin A3 - interior

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