The news on Wednesday that at least some of Aston Martin was to be floated on the London Stock Exchange is one of the more exciting chapters in the always engrossing story of how Aston Martin has survived from 1913 to the present day. I think it would be a rather mean (not to mention singularly inaccurate) commentator who did not think Aston Martin was in better shape today than ever before, but it has been a somewhat eventful ride. To put it mildly.
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