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As­ton Martin spe­cial­ist Ni­cholas Mee has cel­e­brated its suc­cess­ful re­lo­ca­tion from Lon­don to the Hat­field House es­tate with a grand open­ing.

More than 450 peo­ple vis­ited the new premises in con­verted farm build­ings in Essendon to view the 25 As­ton Martins cur­rently of­fered for sale. Guests were also able to view a V8 Vantage that ap­peared in the Johnny English movie, an As­ton Martin Vul­can (above) and the only V8-pow­ered As­ton Martin Cygnet in the world, dis­played es­pe­cially for the week­end event.

The his­toric build­ings un­der­went a multi-mil­lion pound re­fur­bish­ment and in­clude state-of-the-art work­shops. A newly-built steel build­ing acts as a show­room.

The com­pany spe­cialises in the supply of parts, ser­vic­ing and sale of pre-owned As­ton Martin ve­hi­cles pro­duced from 1959 to the present day.

Man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Neal Gar­rard said, ‘The re­ac­tion to our new fa­cil­i­ties was pos­i­tive and we are con­fi­dent that it will pay great div­i­dends in years to come.’

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