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by Jorge from | May 23, 2014
I have been a customer hear for many years. I must say that the Aston Martin exemplifies the type of cars that this dealership sells. Excellent.
by Aston-Martin-forever from Atlanta, GA | May 28, 2011
This car is simply amazing! It constantly turns heads and gets questions. The comfort is fantastic for me and my wife in the front and the kids are always content in the back with the media package. I also use this as a business car and it impresses clients. I even convinced a Bentley flying spur owner to convert! So far there have not been any problems. Sure it costs a ton of money but if you can, go for one!