Market Watch: six Astons Martins in the top 50 growers

Astons have been tracking down over the past twelve months, but selected models are reversing the trend.

Classic Cars magazine

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Models from the Sixties through to the Eighties are benefitting.

DB4s, from the regular coupé, or saloon in Aston parlance, to the much rarer convertible, have grown between 2.2% and 5.6% since our last update, and the DB6 has seen a 3.6% increase.

The most affordable end of the growing Aston set is the DBS6 Vantage, up by 4% to give a condition-related £40k to £130k price range.

Leading the charge is the V8 Volante with an 8.2% jump that sees it making £50k to £190k.

These increases are against a backdrop of a 1.9% overall decline in classic Aston prices this year, led by some of the more modern models including the DB7 and Vanquish, though declining models crop up throughout the age range from DB2 onwards.

Price Guide Movers On The Up is part of 23 pages of market tips, analysis, buying advice and Price Guide Quarterly produced in conjunction the classic car insurance specialist Hagerty in the latest issue ofClassic Cars

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