1964 ASTON MARTIN DB5
ngus’ Aston Martin DB5 was originally sold to David Lainchbury, who had a family engineering business in the UK manufacturing farm equipment as well as parts for the famous ‘ bouncing’ bombs used in the famous Dam Busters raids of World War II. The only other information Angus has managed to gather on David Lainchbury is that he remained in the RAF post-war and patented a conveying system. For a long time, the DB5’S history was lost, until Robert Borrius-broek of Wanaka imported the car into New Zealand in 2002. Angus saw the car in Robert’s hangar after taking a mind-blowing ride in his vintage P51 Mustang fighter, and said that if ever the car were for sale, he would be interested.
Robert knows how to enjoy a car and was able to confirm it could still meet all its