Photograph of Aston Martin BD7 Coupe was taken on location at the National Motor Museum on 23rd June 2007. The Aston Martin Marque was derived from Lionel Martin and his competitive hill climbs at the Aston Clinton Hill Climb. May 1922 an Aston Martin moniker "Bunny" broke ten world records at the Brooklands race track, clocking up an average speed of 76.04mph during a 16 ˝ hour run. In 2002 the Aston Martin DB7 Coupe held its position as the most successful and popular model of all-time.
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