Anne
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Wolfgang, from Austria, was very pleased when Ian Callum signed some of his models.  Wolfgang won the award for travelling the furthest for the event. 20190901_111924.jpg

I have loaded 2 videos to the Club Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/AMOCHQ/?ref=bookmarks

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iankV8
A few images from a Fantastic DB7 25th Anniversary Day.
Showing general views and some of the guest speakers including Ian Callum the designer.

Ian Kendall
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ChrisFe
Some more pics of a great day
Kindest regards.

Chris F
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Bournemouthboy
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Fallonator
Bournemouthboy thanks for the pictures. That first picture could do with a little explaining. 🤔 Its a DB7 but not as we know it Jim, not as we know it.
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Hendrik D
Stunning pictures all! Wonderful to see.

It's the DB7 V8 by Works. Not just the 5.3, but the 6.3 L from the Virage. More info in the programme booklet or here: 
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Hi Phil,

  Glad we caught up with one another on Sunday.  As ever, you have captured some great images with your camera.  Look forward to seeing you again in the not too distant future (I might get to the Ace Cafe gathering this year after a few years absence!).

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DB PHiL
Good to see you too Gary....the GT is still looking as shiney as ever 😎
....so might see you at the next Ace meeting, will be good 👍
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Fallonator
Hendrik D wrote:
Stunning pictures all! Wonderful to see.

It's the DB7 V8 by Works. Not just the 5.3, but the 6.3 L from the Virage. More info in the programme booklet or here: 
https://astonmartins.com/car/db7-v8-by-works-service/


Thankyou Hendrik....the penny drops
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Hendrik D
The official DB7 Celebration video is out now. Click to play.

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Bournemouthboy
I think High Vis Orange might be my new colour
 
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DB PHiL
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rcfurse
Now that IS a 100% correct statement.
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Saarngittik
Phil,

Thank you very much for the shooting of my car which came from Brittany to attend this wonderful meeting!!😃😃

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Hope now to come back for the 50 year celebration ... 😉😉

Cheers

Alain
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DB PHiL
A pleasure to do so Alain.....
I'll make sure I bring my Camera for the 50th.....see you then! 😄
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Jon Holmes
Not to put a downer on things (especially as I purchased 4 tickets but was sadly unable to attend the event), but in light of the fact that 342 owners of DB7's attended the day I am very disappointed by the lack of banter on here post event and very limited video or photographic records. Does anyone else think the same?
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Hendrik D
Jon, whilst I share your disappointment for not attending the event (sadly I had to cancel my Celebration plans shortly before the event), I was happy to see the pictures of the event. Over 60 pictures in this thread, and the official video within 5 days after the event can hardly be called disappointing. We have a last newsletter lined up, hopefully going out in the next few days, which will include images of nearly 300 of the cars attending. Stay tuned!

In the meantime, more pictures can be found on Social Media when searching for the #DB7Celebration.
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rcfurse
Jon, I attended but did not take any photos given that there were more than a few professionals around. The stand out of the day was the talks given by the people involved. Some better and more informative than others but all interesting and all giving a great flavour of the Herculean efforts that went into getting the DB7 off the ground. (All equally let down but the PA system though and if there is anything that AMOC need to do immediately it is to get the PA sorted).
In terms of ambience it was a very happy affair and for those who have been to these things before and know people it is a great day meeting friends etc but there are very few "catalysts" at these things to get people who don't know each other to meet/talk.
The most significant "catalyst" was the poor guy whose kid locked the car key into the boot. A great team (Tim Butcher, Chris Done, Gary Ungless and others) plus the RAC guy tried all sorts of work arounds to get in to be thwarted by the disconnected/broken electric boot lock. I think we tried just about every DB7 key we could find on the site with no luck. This was the view the next day.
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For the future I wonder whether holding "conversations/workshops" where (say) three known DB7 experts sit together as a panel to answer people's questions for an hour wouldn't spark more conversations and links. You could also do "known DB7 glitches" and have people talk about the issues you could come across and their fixes. Simple things like door control modules, resetting the window lifts and stuff like that. Perhaps "how the hell do you change the subframe V mounts" with  a talk.

Some people are happy to leave the care of their car to the known specialists but I suspect a larger group would love to learn more and would happily join in.

Just my thoughts though.
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Fallonator
I don’t have a DB7 any more and didn’t attend this gathering, which by all accounts was fantastic. I agree with the comments made by RC. At any event it can be difficult to strike up new friendships. I will be attending the autumn concours and intend to wear a badge showing my avatar and forum name. I would appreciate anyone who knows me on here, introducing themselves so I can put faces to names.
How did the unfortunate guy get on with the keys in boot scenario, hopefully that isn’t his lonely looking car in the photo.
Cheers
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jonm
Fallonator wrote:
 
How did the unfortunate guy get on with the keys in boot scenario, hopefully that isn’t his lonely looking car in the photo.
Cheers


Unfortunately that is his car the morning after!
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rcfurse
He got the car back the next day with his spare key.
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Saarngittik
Glad for him 😃😃
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