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Richard Williams, the Aston Martin man. R.I.P.

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#1 ReWind

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Posted 20 August 2021 - 17:30

As I am not allowed to cite the obituary by the BRDC I just can give the link.
Richard Stewart Williams, b. 10 June 1945, d. 12 August 2021 (age 76)


#2 RobertE

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Posted 22 August 2021 - 07:14

What a shame; I knew him well and liked him. I first met him when he was at Coldlharbour Lane, when I went to him for an engine for my DB4 (which I had bought without one), and we did business a lot after that. He remained the 'go to' man in Aston circles, helped me out on two books and will be missed. RIP and condolences; a great loss.

#3 Doug Nye

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Posted 22 August 2021 - 10:01

Seconded.  Absolutely.  Richard was a very well liked and very well respected figure in the classic car and competition worlds...



#4 Roryswood

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Posted 22 August 2021 - 14:57

I didn't know him but saw him running the Nimrod , and Ecosse teams , the job was done with no fuss by a group of people who knew their job , similar to Joest and Kremer , RIP Richard