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Les Edgar fell in love with Aston Martin in an unusual way. 

“What got me into cars was working for the [U.K.] Ministry of Defence on specialist head-up displays for fighters and submarines, and [from that] came a job of fitting a small cathode ray tube to a car that would become the Lagonda,” recalls Edgar, a British tech entrepreneur. “And later I just started collecting them, usually modifying them to make them a bit louder, a bit more hairy.”

Soon Edgar would dive much deeper. Aston Martin had been acquired by Ford in the late ‘90s, then Ford bought

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