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  • Aston Martin Vanquish 'S' 2 + 2

    £125,000

    Chassis Number: SCFAC143X5B 501710 Engine Number: AM06/10074 UK Registration Number: LF 05 GSV Date of first reg: 22nd March 2005 Exterior colour: Black Hood: Interior colour: Charcoal Current Odometer reading: 39,500 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Semi-Auto Options: Heated seats,Heated windscreen,2 + 2 Specification,Air conditioning,Power assisted steering,Electric windows,Sequential 6 speed transmission, switchable Sports Exhaust Background Background: The Vanquish had a controversial birth. It had been given a big build up in time for its UK debut at the 2000 Birmingham Motor Show, but it created more headlines by not appearing at the NEC. It was reported that Dr Ulrich Bez, the Chief Executive of Aston Martin, was unhappy with the fact that the Vanquish was using dashboard air vents from a Ford Ka. Despite the quality of the parts, he was not prepared for a £164,000 flagship supercar to share parts quite so obviously with a £7,000 shopping special. It reflects Aston Martin’s approach to the Vanquish – it was a flagship model designed to compete with the Ferrari 550 Maranello, a car that Aston Martin forensically examined to understand the quality standards requ

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  • Aston Martin DB6

    £269,950

    Chassis Number: DB6/3205/R Engine Number: 400/3257 UK Registration Number: BWC 369 F Date of first reg: 6th January 1968 Exterior colour: Sierra Blue Metallic Hood: Interior colour: Tan hide Current Odometer reading: 53,566 total Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Manual Options: Background Background: After rejecting proposals for a replacement for the DB5 from Touring of Milan, the decision was made by Aston Martin to focus on their own development car, registered, 4 YMC. Testing it in a wind tunnel for the first time in February 1965, showed the need for work to counteract the test car’s rear end lift. So the final development phases saw a DB5 chassis, suitably lengthened and titled MP219, with a rear spoiler and abbreviated Kamm tail that Aston Martin had previously incorporated in sports racers. The decision was made to progress MP 219 as the Aston Martin DB6 although its de Dion rear axle was replaced with a live axle on cost grounds. So the new car, announced at the London Motor Show in October 1965, had a wheelbase extended by 3.75 inches with the extra inserted just ahead of the rear wheel arches and this allowed the roofline to be raised by an inch, while a f

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  • Aston Martin DB7 i6 Saloon

    £29,995

    Chassis Number: SCFAA1118WK102191 Engine Number: AM1/0602024 UK Registration Number: R 606 KPG Date of first reg: 18th May 1998 Exterior colour: Mendip Blue Hood: Interior colour: Pacific/Parchment Current Odometer reading: 61,263 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Automatic Options: Background Background: Launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1993, the DB7 was scheduled to follow the DB6 (now there’s a surprise), but because of marketing it was the DBS and we had to wait for 27 years for the DB7 to appear. Originally, it was the brainchild of Victor Gauntlet, who first suggested a new smaller Aston Martin in 1990. Production was to be sited at a new factory in Milton Keynes. However, the advent of the Ford Motor Company not only provided funding but also the dynamic Walter Hayes. Code-named DP1999, development of the new car was charged to Rod Mansfield, Engineering Director. In 1993, at the invitation of Walter Hayes, Sir David Brown became life president of Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. This provided the perfect opportunity to revive the DB prefix. The new production was established at Bloxham, near Banbury and Aston Martin Oxford Ltd was born. Chassis number seque

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  • Aston Martin V8 Series II - £SOLD

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    Chassis Number: V8/10612/RCA Engine Number: V/540/460 UK Registration Number: FDD 300 L Date of first reg: 8th December 1972 Exterior colour: Royal Claret metallic Hood: Interior colour: Tan Leather Current Odometer reading: 99,905 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Automatic Options: Background Background: With the departure of Sir David Brown, the new owners had to establish a different identity and made their first move in dropping the “DB” nomenclature and this creates the first confusion among potential enthusiasts insofar as what was the DBS six cylinder became the AM Vantage. Seventy of these cars were built and the name suggests a performance variant, but it was the base model of the range. The DBS V8 became the AM V8 and was noticeably different with single headlights replacing the twin and the spare wheel laid flat in the boot. The latter did not improve the overall load volume, just the ease of loading. Under the bonnet, the cam covers were embossed “Aston Martin Lagonda”. The front end of the car now had two 7 inch quartz iodine headlights, the first of the single headlamp cars and although the car’s length was increased to 15 foot 3 inches, all other dimen

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  • Aston Martin DBS-6 Vantage

    £179,950

    Chassis Number: DBS/5827/R Engine Number: 400/4800/SVC UK Registration Number: BJA 291 K Date of first reg: 10th April 1972 Exterior colour: Pale metallic Blue Hood: Interior colour: Parchment Leather Current Odometer reading: 62,481 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Manual Options: 4.7 litre upgraded engine by RSW, GKN Alloy Wheels, Radio Cassette Background Background: First shown in September 1967, the DBS was styled by William Towns who had joined the company a year earlier. A development of the DB6, the DBS was initially conceived as a limited production fast two seater and prepared to accommodate the new V8 engine designed by Tadek Marek which had been raced in experimental form in The Lola Aston Martin. To accommodate the width of a V8 engine the steel platform chassis of the DB6 was increased in width by 4 1/2" and the wheel base lengthened by 1” to allow the engine to be lowered behind the front cross member. Although wider than a DB6 by 6” it is both lower by 1 ¼” and Shorter by 1 ½”, which gives the car a powerful compact appearance. The standard engine produced 282 b.h.p. whilst 325 b.h.p. was claimed for the Vantage. A de Dion rear axle was fitted with a

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  • Aston Martin Vantage Supercharged 550 bhp - £SOLD

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    Chassis Number: SCFDAM2S1RBR70043 Engine Number: 590/70043/M UK Registration Number: M 171 KPB Date of first reg: 9th December 1994 Exterior colour: Porsche Nachtblau Metallic Hood: Interior colour: Parchment piped Blue Current Odometer reading: 46,834 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Automatic Options: Automatic Transmission, Front Parking Sensors, Front & Rear Cameras, MP3 Player, Bluetooth, Satellite Navigation, Drivers air bag Tracker Radio/CD Player, Additional Reverse and Brake Light Background Background: Only the second model to be given the name Vantage in its own right rather than being an upgrade of an existing model, the Aston Martin Vantage had a production run from April 1995 to June 1999. First impressions show the Virage influence but careful examination reveals many differences. The only Virage panels are the door and roof skins. From the front there were more obvious differences – two groups of three headlamps, each behind a single heated lens while the upper grille had an egg box appearance. The lower grille opening was larger and set within a large air dam. The bonnet opening panel did not reach the front edge and had two openings at the rear edge

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  • Aston Martin V8 Series III - £SOLD

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    Chassis Number: V8/11919/RCAS Engine Number: V/540/1919/S UK Registration Number: XJP 422 S Date of first reg: 7th July 1978 Exterior colour: Red Hood: Interior colour: Beige Leather Current Odometer reading: 30,428 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Automatic Options: Auxiliary Driving Lights Background Background: Announced in April 1972, the AM V8 is an extensively modified version of the DBS V8 which was announced in September 1969. Externally, the grill was entirely new, no longer sweeping across the complete front but now tailored between the head lamps reminiscent of the earlier six cylinder models such as the DB3S. The engine, was by then the well tried and tested all alloy V8 designed by Tadek Marek that had made it’s first appearance in January 1967 at the Racing Car Show in London and raced by Lola in their Type 70 Mk III GT. The AM V8 series III was introduced in London, August 1973. The important mechanical difference was the replacement of the Bosch fuel injection system by four twin-choke down draught Weber carburettors, which produced a notably smother performance at low engine speeds with greater flexibility. To accommodate the carburettors, the bonnet

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  • Aston Martin V8 Volante Series II Fuel Injection - £SOLD

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    Chassis Number: SCFCV81C6HTR15520 Engine Number: V/585/5520 UK Registration Number: D 282 FYL Date of first reg: 12th May 1987 Exterior colour: Champagne Hood: Beige Everflex Interior colour: Beige leather piped Parchment Current Odometer reading: 30,620 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Automatic Options: Head Rests with Pads, Nardi Steering Wheel, Convertible Wind Deflector, Auxiliary driving lamps, Front fog lamps, Becker Cascade with iPod connection Bluetooth and Satellite Navigation,Parking sensors. Background Background Announced on 21st June 1978 the V8 Volante was built to satisfy the persistent demands for new open four seater cars. Ably demonstrated by the escalation in prices of used Aston Martin drop-head coupés, particularly in the United States. Its specification follows the contemporary V8 saloon series IV (Oscar India) announced four months later, sharing revised rear body lines, bonnet (the carburettor bulge with dummy air scope now closed at front), burr walnut dash board and door cappings. The convertible hood is fully lined and power operated. The engine, was by then the well tried and tested all alloy V8 designed by Tadek Marek that had made its f

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  • Aston Martin V8 Series III 'S'

    £99,950

    Chassis Number: V8/11734/RCAS Engine Number: V/580/1734/S UK Registration Number: TBA Date of first reg: 18th August 1977 Exterior colour: Rolls Royce Peacock Blue Hood: Interior colour: Burgundy Current Odometer reading: 105791 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Automatic Options: Front Centre Armrest, Steel Sliding Sun Roof, Auxiliary Driving Lamps, Vantage Front Air Dam Background Background: Announced in April 1972, the AM V8 is an extensively modified version of the DBS V8 which was announced in September 1969. Externally, the grill was entirely new, no longer sweeping across the complete front but now tailored between the head lamps reminiscent of the earlier six cylinder models such as the DB3S. The engine, was by then the well tried and tested all alloy V8 designed by Tadek Marek that had made its first appearance in January 1967 at the Racing Car Show in London and raced by Lola in their Type 70 Mk III GT. The AM V8 series III was introduced in London, August 1973. The important mechanical difference was the replacement of the Bosch fuel injection system by four twin-choke down draught Weber carburettors, which produced a notably smother performance at low eng

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  • Aston Martin V8 Volante Series II Fuel Injection - Newly reduced

    £185,000

    Chassis Number: SCFCV81CXGTR15454 Engine Number: V/585/5454/S UK Registration Number: UPM 269 Date of first reg: 25th March 1986 Exterior colour: Balmoral Green Hood: Green Interior colour: Magnolia piped Green Current Odometer reading: 61,314 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Manual Options: Ronal Wheels, Auxiliary Driving Lamps, Front Fog Lamps, Head Rests with Pads Background Background: Announced on 21st June 1978 the V8 Volante was built to satisfy the persistent demands for new open four seater cars. Ably demonstrated by the escalation in prices of used Aston Martin drop-head coupés, particularly in the United States. Its specification follows the contemporary V8 saloon series IV (Oscar India) announced four months later, sharing revised rear body lines, bonnet (the carburettor bulge with dummy air scope now closed at front), burr walnut dash board and door cappings. The convertible hood is fully lined and power operated. The engine, was by then the well tried and tested all alloy V8 designed by Tadek Marek that had made its first appearance in January 1967 at the Racing Car Show in London and raced by Lola in their Type 70 Mk III GT. The first V8 Volante was ro

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  • Aston Martin DB7 GTA V12

    £44,950

    Chassis Number: SCFAB12353K 304219 Engine Number: AM2/04182 UK Registration Number: Y 1 GTA Date of first reg: 10th November 2003 Exterior colour: Ferrari Grigio Titanio Hood: Interior colour: Charcoal Leather Current Odometer reading: 52,579 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Touch Tronic Options: Heated Front Screen, Satellite Navigation, Alloy Wheels, Tracker Background Background In 1993, at the invitation of Walter Hayes, Sir David Brown became life president of Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. This provided the perfect opportunity to revive the DB prefix. The new production was established at Bloxham, near Banbury and Aston Martin Oxford Ltd was born. Chassis number sequence begins at: 100,001. Code named NPX, the new design was subjected to far more development testing that any previous Aston Martin. Approximately 30 prototypes were driven in some of the most diverse areas in the world. From the altitude and heat of Arizona to the intense cold of Scandinavia. Also full use was made of Ford’s own test facilities. The body is a semi-monocoque shell with composite materials used for some of the outer panels. The designed by Ian Callum captures the very essence of ‘Aston M

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  • Aston Martin V8 Coupe Limited Edition #4 of 9 built

    £89,950

    Chassis Number: SCFCAM2S9RBR 50414 Engine Number: LE89/50414/A UK Registration Number: M 6 JLG Date of first reg: 26th April 1995 Exterior colour: Deep Jewel Green Metallic Hood: Interior colour: Special Tan Leather Current Odometer reading: 8820 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Right Transmission: Automatic Options: Background Background: The V8 Coupé Limited Edition made its world debut at the British International Motor Show on the 18th of October 1994. The suspension system and external appearance, owes more to the Vantage than the Virage. The following are selective quotes from the press release issued by Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd. "With a maximum speed in excess of 150 mph the Aston Martin V8 Coupe Limited Edition offers 10% more power than the Virage or Volante and there is an equivalent reduction in exhaust emission levels through the use of more efficient design 32 valve cylinder heads and a new electronic management system for the 5.3 litre V8 engine. Production of the V8 Coupe Limited Edition will be restricted to no more than 10 units for delivery during the next six months. (only nine cars were eventually built) Each V8 Coupe Limited Edition model will be finished in a dark

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  • Aston Martin DB4 Series IV - £POA

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    Chassis Number: DB4/818/L Engine Number: 370/791 UK Registration Number: TBA Date of first reg: 29th November 1961 Exterior colour: Aegean Blue Hood: Interior colour: Black Leather Current Odometer reading: 71300 km Mileage Warranty: Steering: Left Transmission: Manual Options: Chrome Wire Wheels Background Background: When the single pale primrose DB4 was launched at the Paris Salon in October 1958, Marcel Blondeau, the French distributor for Aston Martin approached John Wyer on the stand with tears in his eyes “This is not a car, it is a folly, but I can sell as many as you can supply.” With a top speed of 140 mph, it was one of the fastest four seaters in the world and was on a par with the best of Italian Grand Turismos. Not wholly surprising, given the decision to have this distillation of years of Feltham ideas designed by Touring of Milan using their “Superleggera” system. The body consisted entirely of aluminium mounted on a trellis of small diameter steel tubes welded together. Body panels were attached to the trellis and clinched around angle plates which were welded to the members with graphite pads. Items like windscreen, rear window frames an angle sections for the doo

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