Best of Aston Martin Diecast

Though it has changed hands many times and had a few rough patches, the Aston Martin company has always been consistent in making incredible cars. From the classic DB5 to the more modern DB9 Coupe and V12 Vantage, Aston Martin has created many luxury grand touring cars. These British manufactured vehicles have been featured in famous movies, adapted into racing vehicles, and more. The Aston Martin model vehicles offered by Collectable Diecast are perfect for any collector.

Among the many sleek sports cars released by Aston Martin, one of their more popular lines is the Aston Martin Vantage. The V12 Vantage is based off the V8 model, but has many more high-performance features. With a powerful V12 engine with 510 hp, this vehicle can go from 0 to 60 mph in an incredible 4.1 seconds and reach top speeds of up to 190 mph. There were also many changes made to the design, with the addition of a uniquely designed lightweight bootlid, extra louvres on the vented bonnet, carbon-ceramic brakes, a new rear diffuser, and more.

The carbon black version of the real Aston Martin V12 Vantage is only available in select markets, but you can add this exclusive vehicle to your collection anywhere with this 1/38 scale model by Welly. This black diecast model version is a great way to add one of the most desirable sports car brands to your display while adding style and class.


The first Aston Martin built in their Gaydon facility, the DB9 Coupe is a well-designed and highly-rated grand tourer. Despite critic complaints about small cargo space, weak handling, and a less powerful engine, this car has had many improvements to make it one of the most incredible Aston Martins yet. The DB9 is made mostly of aluminum and has a 6.0L V12 engine with 620 Nm of torque and 517 PS. Like the V12 Vantage, it also has carbon ceramic brakes.

This two-door coupe has been masterfully recreated on a 1/24 scale by MotorMax. This white diecast model of the Aston Martin DB9 Coupe is a great vehicle for any collection, showing off the distinct designs that have always put the Aston Martin brand in such high demand.


Seen in the famous James Bond movie Goldfinger, the Aston Martin DB5 is a beautiful classic car produced from 1963-1965. Differing from the DB4 series, the DB5 has an engine made completely of aluminum. With reclined seats, full leather trim, and chrome wire wheels, this car was a luxurious combination of speed and comfort. At the time, the five-speed transmission and 4.0L engine were top of the line, allowing the vehicle to reach top speeds of 145 mph.

SunStar has created a 1/18 scale model of this incredible Aston Martin DB5, following the recognizable style of this sought-after classic vehicle. Bond isn't the only one who can have this sleek vehicle as part of his collection. Add this grand tourer to your display to add a bit of color and class. With a maroon finish and beige interior, this model by SunStar is a gorgeous option for any collector.


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3 thoughts on “Best of Aston Martin Diecast”

  • Alex

    One thing I have to say is that Hotwheels have done a marvellous job with most of their castings of the Aston Martin, especially the three models you have shared here actually. Hotwheels usually get it right, but that is not always the case. I guess it's hard to mess up such clean and classic lines ;)

  • CollectableDiecast
    CollectableDiecast September 29, 2015 at 7:14 am

    Alex, we agree. For someone who produces so many models, Hot Wheels does an exceptional job on the details.

  • Garth

    Not everyone is going to be a fanatic of this or that past-time or hobby.If they were they would`t be fanatics,would they!! Whether one is a fanatic or just a passive they have to admit one thing.That is, I assert, that Hot wheels has done a heck-uva job over the years.Considering all the types and varieties of projects they have tackled.they have done an amazing job of capturing the detail of virtually every piece. Moreover they replicate so many nuances and with the James Bond cars etc. even the zeitgeist of the era. That not an easy thing to do and the fact that it`s being done on a 1/64 scale is utterly tremendous. Call me a fanatic, but so many times when I have discovered a new car or truck or plane and examined it, I have been just astonished by the exquisite beauty.As with the 1963 DB5 casting of the Aston Martin in a metallic silver as in the new James Bond collection.This is a car that exudes class and hot wheel`s replica captures the essence of it nicely. It truly is remarkable!!!

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