One-Off Aston Martin Bulldog To Be Restored For 200-MPH Run

The one prototype made has changed hands several times over the four decades since. Now its current owner has commissioned Classic Motor Cars (the same outfit behind Ian Callum’s Jaguar MkII) to comprehensively restore it so that it can tour the world and hopefully finally reach its top-speed potential.The project is expected to take a year and a half to complete, and will undoubtedly bring its share of challenges. It is, after all, the only one ever made, and will likely require some parts to be remade from scratch. But we’re looking forward to seeing the end result, and the concept car’s potential finally realized.