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Polo Match Saturday May 30 4 -7pm (Memorial Day Weekend)

Sat May 30 4-7pm (Memorial Day weekend) – Polo Match (5pm) and Potluck Tailgating Picnic (4pm) in Portsmouth RI.  This is the first polo event of Newport Polo Club‘s season and is to benefit local charities.  A chance to shake the mothballs out of your chic outdoor wardrobe;  kick-off the summer with horsemanship and a meal from the car boot, with potluck coordination by member Rhiannon Hayes and Champagne sponsored by Taittinger.

Further information will follow.. Contact Malcolm Burwell

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Berkshires Art Rally Weekend Sat/Sun April 11 10am to Apr 12 4pm

Berkshires Art Rally weekend: a drive around the art galleries and restaurants of western Massachusetts, led by our local member Lance Sterman.  The event includes Saturday-night attendance at a Tanglewood TLI concert of the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, with James Burton conducting an evening of Rachmaninoff.  We will stay overnight on the Saturday at the Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge MA.

Watch for further information or contact Malcolm:

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Sunday March 22 10am Parkers Maple Barn

  Sun March 22 10am – Maple-themed brunch at Parker’s Maple Barn in Mason NH (Part of “New Hampshire Maple Weekend“).  This is a renowned-but-quirky establishment in the middle of the woods.  Not only a delectable lunch, but a working maple sugaring house to tour and a general store chocked full of fun stuff to browse.

Parker’s website

Contact: Malcolm Burwell

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Saturday February 8, 2020 “Godfather Murder” 8-10 pm

“Godfather Murder” performance and meal at the Bravo dinner-theater in Providence RI.  Billed as “A hilarious combination of The Godfather and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, where the Don meets his maker.”  Enjoy being sociable while trying to figure out whodunit…

Contact: Malcolm Burwell

Talk to Malcolm !

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Go-Karting at Supercharged Sunday January 19 6-9pm

Sunday, January 19th 6-9pm – Go-karting at Supercharged-e in Wrentham MA with an on-site pub-grub dinner.  Fun in high-energy electric karts.  The facility opened last year and is the largest indoor multi-level karting track in the world.  Fun for grown-ups and thrill-seeking kids alike.

Contact: Malcolm Burwell

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AMOC Annual Holiday Luncheon & Celebrations – Friday, December 6, 2019

AMOC Annual Holiday Luncheon & Celebrations
Just 2 Weeks Away!

If you have not yet signed up, please do so now, so we can give accurate counts to the venues.

Itinerary of Events

Friday, December 6, 2019
Annual Holiday Luncheon at the

Lincoln Restaurant
12:30pm to 3:30pm to register click on the link

Private Guided Tour of The Last Knight Exhibit
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 4pm
Last Knight Tour,

to register click below

AMOC Cocktail Hour in the Met’s private Member’s Lounge Bar
Metropolitan Museum of Art

5pm to 7pm

$25 includes all:
– Whiskey, Bourbon, Vodka, Rum, Gin, Scotch Cocktails
– Sparkling, Red & White Wine, Beer, Soda, Juice, Still and Sparkling Water
– cheese platters & bar snacks

Please RSVP – Click Here

Saturday, December 7, 2019
Luncheon Cruise on the Bateaux European Style Cruise Ship
Click link
See each event’s details below
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KBVY Beverly Regional Airport Beverly, Massachusetts, USA September 14, 2019

So you like the “feeling-of-flying” that driving an Aston gives you?  Then you are going to love the event that our member Matt Beaulieu has planned for us from 10am-2pm on Saturday September 14.  This is your chance to take the controls of a light aircraft (under professional supervision) for a “discovery flight.”  Costs?  You will pick-up your brunch check directly, and the club has subsidized our individual 15-minutes-of-flying down to $40/head for those taking the controls (passengers fly free).  As aviators can be as young as 12 years old, kids are welcome:  think of the bragging rights they will have when back at school next month.  No previous experience is needed, just a thirst for new sensations.  After reading more details below, let me know if I can add you to the list of attendees.


FAA Identifier: BVY
Lat/Long: 42-35-02.9000N 070-54-58.1000W
42-35.048333N 070-54.968333W
Elevation: 107.3 ft. / 32.7 m (surveyed)
Variation: 16W (1985)
From city: 3 miles NW of BEVERLY, MA
Time zone: UTC -4 (UTC -5 during Standard Time)
Zip code: 01915

It all starts with a get-ready-to-fly brunch at the C.K. Pearl restaurant in Essex MA.  We will exchange our expectations of flying while enjoying CKP’s simple, yet elegant, traditional fare.  The restaurant overlooks the scenic Essex River.  If the weather-gods cooperate, we will sit outside on the deck and bask in the morning’s sunshine and warm breezes.

After our brunch and mimosas, we will drive the twisty and scenic back-roads for 20 minutes, ending-up at Beverly Airport.  Once there, we will park on the apron at the Avier flight school.  Avier was founded by Matt’s brother, Paul, who will be on-hand to look after us.

Two Piper Archer aircraft will be at our disposal:

On each flight, a professional instructor will take one or two AMOC members up, depending on the mix of those wishing to pilot and those wishing to passenger.  The instructor does the landings and take-offs. You get the controls once the plane is level and safe.

The view of Cape Ann from aloft will be spectacular.

While waiting for your flight, you can grab a light refreshment and continue your conversations with other members outside on the patio or in the lounge.  For those desiring diversion, Matt is arranging entertaining video clips to be streaming in the background.

As an optional bonus, if the flying bug really bites you after your discovery flight, additional flying experiences will be available on the day at an added cost (eg. tour of Boston, flying in a larger Cirrus plane).

Come and make some high altitude memories to cap-off your summer.

Malcolm Burwell

North East Representative

Aston Martin Owners Club

Lexington MA

cell:  +1 781 526 5027

Skype:  mcburwell


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AMOC Weekend in Victoria BC July 27-28, 2019 : Recap

Report by: Wyman Lee

Just wanted to share a few photos and a video with your region of our successful AMOC event from last month.   We had 100 guests and 29 Aston Martins attending our Saturday event held on a private 5 acre Stonebridge Equestrian Centre estate.    Notable speakers were Steve McEvoy and Richard Seidlitz.

And on Sunday,  our Astons anchored the start of the 20th anniversary Oak Bay Collector Car Festival where 300 cars were on display for the 15,000 spectators.

Short Video Trailer of Stonebridge event.

Wyman Lee

AMOC Canada West

Assistant Rep – Vancouver Island


Cell:     250.744-9597

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In Memory of Joyce Nixon



Joyce Nixon, beloved wife of deceased husband Chuck, recently passed away peacefully in her sleep on August 16. Both Joyce and Chuck were longtime members of the Aston Martin Owners Club since 1966.  Known for their beautiful Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark III, both Chuck and Joyce were active racers of their Aston Martin.  Joyce volunteered her time as Editor, publisher and distributor of the AMOC East publication for many years. They created and ran the annual Aston Martin East Coast meet in Limerock Ct. for 10 years.  This event has turned into the largest annual Aston Martin car event in the US. A trophy was created recently for the recognition of their dedication while members of the club. It will be presented annually in appreciation of the dedicated member who is invaluable to the success of the club. This years recipient was awarded to Northeast Area Rep Malcolm Burwell.  The video of this presentation can be viewed on the Facebook site of Phil Sudenfield. Joyce was able to listen to this video and was very appreciative of this recognition for her and Chuck. Unfortunately Chuck passed away 2 weeks before the trophy presentation.  She had a amazing talent for growing beautiful indoor plants and outdoor flowers.  She also had a love for animals including her amazing life-like aquariums and colorful finches.  Both she and Chuck loved their cockatiel named Sam who lived for many years. They were both very active members of Phoenix Landing which is a adoption and education center for parrots.  Their pride and joy was their parrot Paulie who gave them many years of happiness.  At night Paulie slept in his beautiful cage (palace) that Chuck had built for him.  Chuck did beautiful finish carpentry as a hobby.  During the day Paulie was outside his cage and followed Joyce and never let her out of his site.  He gave much happiness to Chuck and Joyce for many years.   He is currently being well taken care of at the Phoenix Landing.  Joyce will always be remembered as a gracious and generous friend to all who knew her.  Her wonderful spirit will be sorely missed.

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2019 Lime Rock Concours Results

Class 1 DB2 

  • First Place Don Brodie 1955 DB2/4 Mark I
  • Second Place David Jones 1952 DB2 Drophead 91
  • Third Place Matt Degarmo 1958 DB2/4 Mark III 84

Class 2 DB4,5,6

  • First Place      Jim Munsell 1964 DB5
  • Second Place Richard Kravelich 1961 DB4
  • Third Place    Dennis Sheehan DB4 

Class 3 V8, Virage

  •  First Place    Tom Gibb and Robert Lindgren 1984 V8 Vantage Volante
  • Second Place Wil Wong 1991 Virage
  • Third Place    Steven Silberberg 1976 V8 

 Class 4 DB7, Vanquish

  •  First Place      Bob and Sally Stockman 2003 DB AR1   
  • Second Place  Bob and Paula Smalley 2006 Vanquish S   
  • Third Place     Bob Vigdor 2005 Vanquish S           

Class 5 DB9, Rapide 

  • First Place        James Hanrahan 2011 Rapide
  • Second Place   Roland Westerdahl 2006 DB9 Volante   
  • Third Place      Oliver Cromwell 2005 DB9

Class 6A Vantage 2006-2009

  • First Place      Todd Warren 2009 V8 Vantage 
  • Second Place Lee Goldstein 2008 V8 Vantage Volante
  • Third Place    Marina Bernstein 2009 V8 Vantage

Class 6B Vantage 2010+

  • First Place    CJ Gutch 2012 V8 Vantage
  • Second Place Rick and Liam Hopkins 2011 V8 Vantage Roadster
  • Third Place    Pascal Maeter 2016 V8 Vantage GT

Class 8 DB 11, Vanquish, DBS

  • First Place       Steven Gallant 2009 DBS
  • Second Place  Miguel Hernandez 2019 DBS Superleggera TAG Heuer
  • Third Place     Evan Cygler 2019 DB11 Volante 

Class 9 Elite First Place

  • First Place       James Freeman 1960 DB4 GT
  • Second Place  Don Leo Grande and Kathy Gaffney 1991 Virage
  • Third Place     Kevin Hoben 2002 DB7

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