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Aston Martin DB7: Buying guide and review (1994-2003)

Aston Martin DB7 side profile Aston Martin DB7 interior Aston Martin DB7 engine The Aston Martin DB7 is a car to polarise opinions. Devotees will tell you that it was the first Aston truly dependable enough to be driven every day, the first you could leave out in the street and be sure it would function in the morning as, say, a Porsche would. It was also the first Aston built with modern high(ish)-volume methods to proper, consistent quality standards, and it sowed the seed of the company Aston Martin has since become.

Today a DB7 can seem almost irresistibly cheap for a car with those looks and that badge, never mind the pace potential. You can buy one for as little as £16,000. So how can you lose?

A powerful part of its appeal 19 years after launch is that it was the car that saved the company. So, how did the DB7 come to be? Aston Martin had been floundering after the Victor Gauntlett era, as it had so often before, and this particular new dawn involved the Ford Motor Company, which already owned Jaguar. Ford needed the venerable Aston brand to pay its way and forge a future.

This called for a cheaper model able to be built in greater numbers, and a rummage through the corporate cupboard uncovered just the starting point – an abandoned proposal for a Jaguar XJS replacement. Designer Ian Callum reworked the ingredients into a svelte and credible Aston Martin shape.

Under the bonnet was an AJ16 Jaguar straight-six engine, which gained an Eaton supercharger to help extract 335bhp from the 3.2-litre capacity, and while the XJS-derived platform was clearly dated, having first appeared 19 years before the DB7’s 1994 launch, it did the job.

Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) carried out the development and ran the factory at Bloxham, Oxfordshire where the DB7 would be built, having just finished producing Jaguar XJ220s. The DB7 was also the first (and last) Aston Martin with a steel monococque structure, although it did add some newer bodywork technology with its heat-pressed composite front wings and bootlid. Early cars had composite bonnets, too, but the panel gaps proved both inconsistent and heat-relatedly mobile, so later cars had a steel panel.

So there’s not as much bespoke Aston Martin in a DB7 as a purist might like. The ‘Jag in drag’ references of the time are a bit harsh, though, because even the Jaguar-derived parts had Aston-specific calibration and development, and a DB7 looks like a proper Aston both outside and in.

It’s better to think of the DB7 as a new beginning, as the starting point for today’s company with its Gaydon factory and the V12 engine, which began life in 1999’s DB7 Vantage.

Which one to buy?

The DB7 was made in bigger numbers than any Aston before it, with 2451 six-cylinder cars leaving the factory before the V12 replaced them and took production to its 2003 end. In total, 7091 DB7s were built, including Volante convertibles. Today’s Aston production rate, however, far eclipses those figures.

Now that the DB7 is coming out of its wilderness years, this means that really good ones can be worth more than commonplace early DB9s and V8 Vantages.

Because a DB7 is more exclusive than the Jag XK8 rival, it looks sleeker and, perversely, its imperfections now take on the aura of a classic car’s character. Besides which, a six-cylinder one handles beautifully and goes with great verve, although the more common (75 per cent of production) four-speed automatic with the engine detuned to 317bhp might not be a petrolhead's cup of Earl Grey and is worth around 20 per cent less.

Or there’s the V12, initially with 420bhp, later with 435 as the Vantage GT; it’s very quick and sounds wonderful, the GT especially covetable with its mesh grille, bonnet vents, shorter gearing, uprated brakes and keener handling. Manuals are more common with this engine at around 40 per cent of production. Although early cars were never the the most accomplished drivers' cars, the last-of-the-line Vantage GT is a much improved proposition – something that is reflected in the price. 
 
The Aston Martin DB7 was also the basis for a couple of special Zagato-bodied cars. Just 99 standard coupe versions were built, as well as 99 AR1 models. AR1 actually stands for America Roadster 1, due to being exclusively offered in the USA, although obviously a handful made it to other countries. 

Performance and spec

Engine In-line 6-cyl, 3228cc, supercharged
Power 335bhp @ 5750rpm
Torque 361lb ft @ 3000rpm
Transmission Five-speed manual (or four-speed automatic), rear-wheel drive, limited-slip diff
Weight 1700kg
0-60mph 5.8sec
Top speed 157mph

Common problems

• A full and detailed service history is a very nice thing to have, because infrequent oil changes can clog the hydraulic timing-chain tensioner in the otherwise very durable straight-six. The rattly chain that will eventually develop is pricy to replace. 
 
• The V12 is also a very reliable engine on the whole, and it was the first appearance of an engine that has remained in production to this very day. There are a couple of things to look out for though, one of which is the engine's occasional habit of breaking down one of the 12 individual coil packs. This is generally due to heat and age, causing misfires. It's often easy to miss on a test drive, as even on 11 cylinders the Aston Martin remains smooth and refined. As they are hard to get at, replacement can be expensive – so proof of recent replacement  (of all 12) by a specialist, although generally not always necessary is always a bonus.
 
• Have a good look underneath, where rust can take hold – more likely in a V12, oddly, because cost-cutting led to less protection. Front floorpans, inner wings and suspension turrets, rear radius-arm mountings and rear chassis legs are the trouble spots. Getting the car on a ramp is the best way to see everything, and it will pay in the long run to get a car with no structural issues.
 
• Although much easier to spot, you should also be on the look out for the beginnings of rust on the the wheelarches and door bottoms. Another possible area for concern is the bottom corner of the rear window aperture, which can make an otherwise nice example look scruffy.
 
• Look in the service history for checks of the suspension’s fully adjustable alignment, too; the tyres wear quickly if it’s out, while the car will not feel planted on the road. 

• You’re unlikely to find an original composite bonnet on an early car because most have been replaced with a steel one. As well as the gap problems, a composite panel goes porous if its outer layer is perforated and bubbles duly appear.

• The six-cylinder DB7’s boot-mounted badge can trigger this, which is why the V12 doesn’t have one.

• On the steel panels, rear wheelarch lips and the bottom corners of the rear window aperture are worth a close check.

• The sumptuous interior is durable and high in quality, but try the air-con because blockages can blow the evaporator apart if the car isn’t used regularly. Fixing this involves removing most of the interior.

• Damp carpets could be from a failed windscreen-to-scuttle seal.

Model history

1993: DB7 makes debut at Geneva
1994: First customer cars delivered
1996: Volante launched
1999: V12 Vantage replaces six-pot DB7
2002: Run-out DB7 on sale (GT, GTA); Zagato launched (delivered 2003)
2003: Zagato Vantage Volante, DB AR1, unveiled; 99 made. Final DB7s built.

Useful clubs and websites

- www.amoc.org
- www.amocna.org

Summary and prices

‘Any six-cylinder DB7 worth having will start at around £25,000,’ cautions Derek Campbell, MD of the Chiltern Aston Centre (www.chilternaston.co.uk). ‘Any less than this and you must have it inspected thoroughly. Provenance and how it has been looked after are vital. And low-mileage, manual cars are worth the most.’

At the other end of the scale, late Vantages can nudge £50,000, especially if it’s the open Volante version or the final, limited-run GT. And if you find one of the 99 Zagato-bodied versions, you'll encounter a price tag far into six figures.

Words: Vantage Magazine
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Last updated: 30th Mar 2016
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  • Aston Martin - DB7 - 1998

    €50,000 - €65,000 est. (£44,580 - £57,954 est.) €50,000 - €65,000 est. (£44,580 - £57,954 est.)
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  • 134 - 1999 TVR CERBERA

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    The TVR name is derived from 'Cerberus', the three-headed beast of Greek legend that guarded the entrance of Hades. The car itself was designed from the start as a four-seater, however, the interior is designed so that the passenger seat can slide farther forward than the driver's seat. This allows more room for the person sitting behind the front passenger. TVR have referred to this as a '3+1' design. Like all TVRs of the Peter Wheeler era, the Cerbera had a long-travel throttle to compensate for the lack of electronic traction-control and very sharp steering. Prior to the Cerbera, TVR had purchased V8 engines from Rover and then tuned them for their own use. When Rover was purchased by BMW, the chairman of TVR, Peter Wheeler, didn't want to risk problems should the Germans decide to stop manufacturing the engine. In response, he engaged the services of race engineer, Al Melling, to design a V8 engine that TVR could manufacture in-house and even potentially offer for sale to other car-makers. In an interview for the television programme Top Gear, Wheeler explained, 'Basically, we designed the engine as a race engine. It was my idea at the time that if we wanted to expand, we ought

    • Year: 2016
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  • 2002 Aston MArtin DB7 Vantage Volante

    £37,950 £37,950

    DB7 Vantage Volante Year 2002 Engine size 6000 Doors 2 Colour Metallic Green Interior Parchment over green with green carpets and green mohair hood Mileage 52000 Transmission Automatic Full service history print this Ref: 00511

    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 52000 mi
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  • Aston Martin DB7 i6

    £20,995 £20,995

    About this Aston Martin DB7 i6 First registered March 1996 (N Reg) we are delighted to offer this fine Aston Martin DB7 Automatic Coupe finished in Mendip Blue with contrasting Grey and Blue piped interior. The car comes with a superb service history having no less than eighteen stamps in the book. We sold this vehicle back in 2004 and serviced it five times more until it passed on to its next owner. The last owner of the car only covered 12,000 miles from 2009 till now and due to lack of use had a SORN certificate issued. It then went to Chiltern Aston Martin Heritage where minor work was carried out to enable it to pass a new MOT, when we were checking out the recent history with them they described it as a very good car; we have given this car a thorough renovation of the under-body and replaced any vulnerable points cleaned the underside and Woxoyled to protect the structure of the car. Additionally, this car has been treated to an expensive Vantage facelift with new front valance, fog lights and Vantage wheels. A vented carbon Kevlar GTS bonnet has also been fitted. The value of these cars is on the up and offer serious investment potential . We would recommend any prospective

    • Mileage: 102000 mi
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  • 2003 Aston Martin DB7 GTA

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    Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 1993, the Ian Callum styled DB7 began production in 1994 at a new factory in Bloxham, Oxfordshire. It was engineered in conjunction with Tom Walkinshaw's TWR group who built the new supercharged six-cylinder engine. In 1999, the new DB7 Vantage with a V12 engine was revealed. It didn't just bring a new powertrain but more aggressive styling with a bigger front grill, new fog/side/indicator lights and imposing 18" wheels. The Vantage interior leather trim was cut and sewn at a special trim shop at Newport Pagnell where the carpet and wood veneers were also prepared. With the launch of the new V12 engine in the DB7 Vantage, production of the earlier straight-six DB7 ended in mid-1999. In 2002, a new variant was launched, named V12 GT or V12 GTA when equipped with an automatic transmission. It was essentially an improved version of the Vantage, its V12 engine producing 420bhp. Additionally, the GT and GTA chassis had substantially updated suspension from the DB7 Vantage models. Aesthetically, compared to the Vantage it has a mesh front grille, vents in the bonnet, a boot spoiler, an aluminium gear lever, optional carbon fibre trim and new wheels. I

    • Year: 2016
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  • Aston Martin DB7 Vantage LHD 2002

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    Full Description Engine: 0-60 mph: Approx. 4.9 seconds Top Speed: Approx. 185 mph Engine: V12, 60 degree, All-Alloy, 5935cc Bore 89 mm. Stroke 79.5 mm Compression ratio 10.3:1 Power: 420 bhp @ 6,000 rpm Torque: 400 lb/ft @ 5,000 rpm Engine final inspected by Phil Jeffries (Aston Martin Lagonda) Engine starts without hesitation from cold. Engine compartment is in overall very good original condition. All parts appear complete, engine cover, heat shields, radiator surround and belt guard etc. all fitted. No coolant leaks were visible. No fuel leaks were visible. No brake/steering fluid leaks were visible. All fluids appear clean. Fuel System: Fuel tank capacity: 89 Liters No visible fuel leaks. Cooling System: No visible coolant leaks were observed. Coolant appears clean. Exhaust System: Fully catalyzed stainless steel exhaust system with 4 Oxygen sensors / three-way catalytic convertors, exhaust gas recirculation, Evaporative loss purge. There are no leaks from the exhaust. Transmission: ZF 5HP-30 five-speed automatic. Switchable sport mode Shifting appears to be normal. Car drives in forward and reverse gears. No leaks observed. Suspension: Front: Independent double wishbone, coil

    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 34543 mi
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  • 1996 Aston Martin DB7 i6 Coupé

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    Introduced in 1993 to the public, the handsome new DB7 was Aston Martin's first six-cylinder model since production of the DBS had finished in 1971. Styled by Ian Callum, its lines were evocative of earlier Aston Martin models and elements of the DB4/5/6 could be seen. Arguably one of the most attractive looking cars ever produced by Aston Martin, the DB7 was well received and attracted new customers worldwide with its traditional layout of the curvaceous two door coupé body and robust six-cylinder engine. Power was supplied by an all alloy double overhead camshaft supercharged 24 valve, inline six-cylinder engine which produced 335bhp at 5750rpm. Regarded by many as the purist modern Aston Martin, the DB7 will undoubtedly be a collectable car for years to come and is equally at home in the city or out on the open road. This stunning early example of the (pre-air bag) automatic is finished in near unmarked silver coachwork with a matching grey leather interior and blue trim. Having covered a mere 27,000 miles and in stunning condition, this coupé recently received a £1,500 Aston Martin specialist service; the mechanic working on the car commented that "…it is the best example of an

    • Year: 2016
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  • Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage

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    We have the pleasure of offering for sale this lovely example of the awesome Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage Coupe. This was the first model from Aston Martin to be fitted with Aston’s own V12 engine which delivers 420 bhp and 400lbs ft of torque and as such it elevates the already very special DB7 driving experience to a whole new level. Finished in classic Antrim Blue with complimentary Fawn Hide, this lovely Aston is fitted with the very rare, and much sought after, manual transmission and also includes; Sat Nav, Heated Front Screen & Walnut trim. We highly recommend a visit to fully appreciate just what outstanding value for money this V12 Vantage represents! Contact a member of our sales team for more information: +44 (0)1207 233 525 Photographs Media Additional Details Enhancements available Convert to R Hand or L Hand drive Fit Auto or Manual gearbox Fit Sat Nav Tweet Services Aston Car Sales Body Centre Enhancements Aston Gifts Aston Parts Enginology Aston Art Servicing Crash Repair Restoration Aston Bespoke Transport Information How to find us Free Publications Watch our Videos Browse the Gallery News Newsletters 2016 Calendar About us Sell your Aston Contact us Links Custome

    • Year: 2001
    • Mileage: 59760 mi
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  • 2001 Aston Martin DB7 Volante

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    Introduced in 1993 to the public, the handsome new DB7 was Aston Martin's first six cylinder model since production of the DBS had finished in 1971. Styled by Ian Callum, its lines were evocative of earlier Aston Martin models and elements of the DB4/5/6 could be seen in its design. Arguably one of the most attractive looking cars ever produced by Aston Martin, the DB7 was well received and attracted new customers worldwide with its traditional layout of the curvaceous two-door coupé body and powerful six or twelve-cylinder engine. At the Geneva Motor Show in 1999, Aston Martin introduced the six litre Cosworth designed and built V12 engine with 24 valve heads, developing 420bhp and limited to 185mph. Other changes included chassis and braking upgrades, the much more powerful engine demanding greater quantities of air intake and cooling, as well as uprated brakes. Ian Callum enlarged the grill, added fog lamps and re-styled the valances to give the car a more aggressive look. This DB7 was the subject of a legal dispute, the result being that Aston Martin in Newport Pagnell has been asked to oversee its sale. It has, unfortunately, has no paperwork or service schedule. A new V5C is

    • Year: 2016
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  • Aston Martin DB7

    £31,993 £31,993

    Satellite Navigation, Alloy wheels ****ALL VEHICLES COME WITH A MINIMUM OF 6 MONTHS RAC WARRANTY, 12 MONTHS BREAKDOWN AND HOME START***** GP Cars are delighted to present for sale, BLUE, this immaculate Aston Martin DB7 V12, finished in Mendip blue with Parchment & Pacific Blue hide; Full specification with sports wire mesh grills, Sports steering wheel & Drilled alloy pedals, New MOT, Appreciating classic in the right colour combination, Satellite Navigation, Upholstery Leather, Alloy Wheels, In Car Entertainment (Radio/Cassette/CD), Tracker, Category 1 alarm and immobiliser. This car is HPI clear, we accept credit and debit card payments, we can organise competitive finance for you and we would be happy to take your current vehicle in as part exchange. Viewing by appointment only. All vehicles are subject to an £80 administration fee. (V12EJL), £31,993, If somebody replies with the e-mail address leontommy6gmail.com, please disregard and inform us directly, as they are not associated to our business.

    • Mileage: 45000 mi
    • Engine size: 5900
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  • Aston Martin DB7

    £59,995 £59,995

    Description Satellite Navigation System 12 Month Aston Martin Approved Warranty 2 plus 2 Seating Alarm and Immobiliser Aston Martin Sports Exhaust Brake Calipers - Red Electric Front Seats Heated Front Seats Power Heated Mirrors Sports Suspension Heated Rear Screen Central Locking Air Conditioning Front Arm Rest Heated Front Screen Sports Pack with 5 Spoke Alloys Traction Control (TC) HWM -Driving Delight Since 1938 www.hwmastonmartin.co.uk

    • Year: 2003
    • Mileage: 39004 mi
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  • Aston Martin DB7 i 6 VOLANTE

    £44,995 £44,995

    About this Aston Martin DB7 i 6 VOLANTE The DB7 i6 is based on a semi-monocoque shell with composite materials used for some outer panels; it is powered by a 24 valve light alloy six cylinder in-line 3,228 cc engine derived from the Jaguar AJ6 coupled with a Eaton Roots type Supercharger and Zytec electronic fuel injection. The power developed was a claimed 335 bhp at 5,600 rpm with a peak torque figure of 368lb.ft at 3,000 rpm. Typically 18 inch alloy wheels shod with 245/40 ZR18 Bridgestone Tyres provide contact with the road at each corner mounted on an independent wishbone suspension system that is coupled with coils springs and monotube dampers. Braking is provided by outboard Telvis anti-lock disc brakes. First registered May 1998 (R Reg) this two owner rare Manual transmission DB7 i6 Volante was built towards the last of quartile in the production of the six cylinder cars. Presented in immaculate Solent Silver with Grey Leather and Blue Hood this very low mileage example, just 19,800 miles has had just two owners from new. Originally supplied in Paris to its first keeper the Service History shows three stamps with Lancaster Sevenoaks and a further three stamps with an Aston

    • Mileage: 19800 mi
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  • Aston Martin DB7 Vantage

    £42,950 £42,950

    Variant name:VANTAGE , -37,500 miles from new -Antrim Blue with Parchment hides -Maintained by NMC since 2010 -Supplied with 12 months warranty We are proud to offer this 2002 DB7 Vantage Coupe fitted with the desirable Touchtronic transmission (which allows the driver to manually override the automatic gearbox). The car is finished in Antrim Blue with Parchment hides piped in Dark Blue, Navy Blue Carpets and Walnut veneers and specification includes, heated front windscreen, heated seats, Premium Audio and Aston Martin Becker ‘TrafficPro’ Navigation. This cherished example has covered 37,500 miles from new by its 5 former keepers and has an excellent history having been serviced and maintained by Nicholas Mee & Co since 2010. The car will be supplied with a fresh service to schedule, 12 months MOT, 12 months warranty, a 110-point pre-delivery inspection and a full valet. With good quality, low mileage DB7s becoming increasing difficult to source, we recommend an early viewing to avoid disappointment.

    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 37500 mi
    • Engine size: 5.9
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  • Aston Martin DB7

    £23,500 £23,500

    Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Full Leather, Remote Central Locking, Heated Seats, Electric Seats, Sports Seats, Adjustable Steering Column, Traction Control, Trip Computer, Multiple Airbags, Isofix, Front Fog Lamps, Metallic Paintwork, Electric Front Windows, Electric Mirrors, CD Player, MP3 Player, 18'' Alloys, Full service history A Fantastic example db7 with a full service history.the bodywork and leather interior in a remarkable condition for the age of vehicle . spec on this car includes, Air-Conditioning, Cruise Control, Alarm, Alloy Wheels, In Car Entertainment (Radio/Cassette), electric seats, Airbags, Electric door mirrors, Remote central locking. 4 seats, Metallic mendip blue with magnolia leather blue piping, this car comes with a rac 82 point approved preparation standard check a rac home assist and break down cover and a rac buysure approved warranty , same day low rate finance available part exchange welcome delivery service possible, RAC approved dealer FURTHER PICTURES ON OUR WEBSITE WWW.SPORTSANDPRESTIGESLOUGH.CO.UK, £23,995 p/x considered

    • Mileage: 70000 mi
    • Engine size: 3239
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  • Aston Martin DB7

    £26,995 £26,995

    Alloy wheels, Service history Here we have a 1997 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage finished in red metallic with contrasting cream leather/ with red pipeing, automatic, power steering, abs, radio, e/windows, alloy wheels, drivers airbag, passenger airbag, electric seats, heated seats, becoming very rare and a true classic car. Mobile number 07813 541959 £26995

    • Mileage: 17863 mi
    • Engine size: 3239
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  • 303 - 1999 Bentley Continental R by Mulliner Park Ward *WITHDRAWN*

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    From its motor car production in 1921, the Bentley name has remained synonymous with prestige, performance and luxury. The 'Continental' designation recalls the Bentley Continental of the post-war period. The 'R' was meant to recall the R-Type Bentleys from the 1950s as well as the Turbo R of the 1980s. This series boasts the most powerful engine after the Continental T and has a power output of 420bhp and a maximum torque of 650 ft-lb. The car could be pushed to a staggering top speed of some 170mph. Bentley's 1980s resurgence relied exclusively on models whose basic architecture was shared with other Rolls-Royce models however; the Bentley Continental R was unique to the Bentley marque. Despite the need to incorporate non-traditional features such as doors recessed into the roof, the result looked every bit a Bentley, albeit one re-stated for the 1990s and beyond. This wide-bodied Continental R is finished in Silver Tempest with St. James interior and could only be described as a superb vehicle in every aspect. The coachwork shows no sign of any blemishes and the interior is in superb order, the leather being complimented by black carpets and top roll, the walnut dashboard adding

    • Year: 2016
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  • 343 - 1999 BMW Z3M Roadster

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    The Z3 was the first modern mass-market roadster produced by BMW as well as the first new BMW model to be assembled in the United States. It was introduced as a 1996 model year vehicle, shortly after being featured in the James Bond movie 'Goldeneye'. While the film was number one at the box office, sales of the car peaked and it was sold out by the time the car was launched. The Z3 was designed by Joji Nagashima of the BMW design team and developed from the E36 platform of the 3-Series. The resulting platform is often referred to as the E36/7(roadster) or E36/8(coupé). When launched, only the 1.9 litre straight four engine was offered, but its 138bhp was not up to expectations. A 2.2 litre engine producing 168bhp was made available for the more enthusiastic driver and in 1997 a powerful six cylinder 2.8 litre engine producing 190bhp was an option, in 1998 the Z3M had a 3.2 litre engine offering more power. It is this 3.2 litre, the most powerful of engine options available here today. Presented in striking Arctic white with a blue and black leather interior, the interior luxuries include electric and heated sports seats, heated door mirrors and air-conditioning. It also comes with

    • Year: 2016
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  • 207 - 1999 Honda CBR 1100 XX Super Blackbird

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    Originally registered on 14 th May 1999, this Honda has only had one former keeper and been used only sparingly in recent years having formed part of a small but interesting collection of motor cycles. We are advised she rides with no known faults with a smooth and responsive 1137cc fuel injected engine. With a top speed of 178mph recorded by Sport Rider magazine in February 1997, for a brief period this was the fastest production bike available. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 24 th April 2017, this Honda is offered at no reserve.

    • Year: 2016
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  • Aston Martin DB7

    £23,500 £23,500

    Air Conditioning, Climate Control, Full Leather, Remote Central Locking, Heated Seats, Electric Seats, Sports Seats, Adjustable Steering Column, Traction Control, Trip Computer, Multiple Airbags, Isofix, Front Fog Lamps, Metallic Paintwork, Electric Front Windows, Electric Mirrors, CD Player, MP3 Player, 18'' Alloys, Full service history A Fantastic example db7 with a full service history.the bodywork and leather interior in a remarkable condition for the age of vehicle . spec on this car includes, Air-Conditioning, Cruise Control, Alarm, Alloy Wheels, In Car Entertainment (Radio/Cassette), electric seats, Airbags, Electric door mirrors, Remote central locking. 4 seats, Metallic mendip blue with magnolia leather blue piping, this car comes with a rac 82 point approved preparation standard check a rac home assist and break down cover and a rac buysure approved warranty , same day low rate finance available part exchange welcome delivery service possible, RAC approved dealer FURTHER PICTURES ON OUR WEBSITE WWW.SPORTSANDPRESTIGESLOUGH.CO.UK, £23,995 p/x considered

    • Mileage: 70000 mi
    • Engine size: 3239
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  • Aston Martin DB7

    £26,995 £26,995

    Alloy wheels, Service history Here we have a 1997 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage finished in red metallic with contrasting cream leather/ with red pipeing, automatic, power steering, abs, radio, e/windows, alloy wheels, drivers airbag, passenger airbag, electric seats, heated seats, becoming very rare and a true classic car. Mobile number 07813 541959 £26995

    • Mileage: 17863 mi
    • Engine size: 3239
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  • Aston Martin DB7 i6

    £26,995 £26,995

    About this Aston Martin DB7 i6 The DB7i6, was made mostly with resources from Jaguar and had the financial backing of the Ford Motor Company. The DB7's platform is an evolution of the Jaguar XJS's; although with many changes. First registered on 1st June 1996 and presented in Mendip Blue with Grey Hide piped in Blue and contrasting Blue Dashboard Top-roll and door Cards this particular example which is in truly fine condition throughout was supplied by us to its last owner in May 2011 with 57,000 miles recorded. Some five years on and with a little over 5,000 additional miles recorded our customer has decided to go for an open top car. Stratstone Aston Martin of Wilmslow Cheshire serviced this car six times to 49,000 miles in 2004. We serviced the car at 57,000 miles and will do so again prior to delivery to its next owner. It is widely accepted among Classic Car commentators that the DB7 family of cars are likely to rise in value over the coming years, the shortage of supply of these cars now compared with 12 months ago is underpinning this forecast; they will not be this affordable much longer.

    • Mileage: 62560 mi
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  • Aston Martin DB7 VANTAGE VOLANTE

    £37,995 £37,995

    About this Aston Martin DB7 VANTAGE VOLANTE Building on the success of the in-line 6 cylinder DB7 the new Vantage models featured an all new 420bhp, 6.0 litre V12 engine. First registered January 2004, (53 Reg), supplied by Aston Martin Sales Mayfair and presented in Bowland Black, with Charcoal Black Leather and Carbon Fibre Veneers, plus the following specification: 19 inch Nine Spoke Alloys, Black Aston Martin Engraved Brake Calipers, Bright Mesh Grilles, Heated Front and Rear Screens, Heated Seats, Electric Seats and Airconditioning. Additionally, this car is fitted with the Touchtronic Gearbox option. The service history, comprises nine stamps with Aston Martin Main Dealers and one independent specialist. We have just fitted new Coil Packs and Plugs to this vehicle and it will be serviced by us (and stamped accordingly) prior to delivery along with our 120 Point Pre-Delivery Inspection. A very striking car this vehicle presents its new owner with the prospect of Aston Martin V12 ownership at very competitive price and in our opinion values of well maintained DB7 Vantages are now likely to climb. All post 2000 vehicles are supplied fully inspected and with a minimum six month p

    • Mileage: 48000 mi
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  • 213 - 1999 Fiat Barchetta

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    Fiat's Barchetta (Italian for 'little boat') was developed between 1990 and 1994 under project name 'Tipo B Spider 176' and culminating in a two door roadster with deft and distinctive styling flare. Powered by the well proven and lively 1.7 litre, four-cylinder, 16v engine, the Barchetta was good for 130bhp and 124mph. Whilst being no slouch, the Barchetta exhaust boasts a pleasing rasp and the driving experience gives the sensation that the car is even faster than it really is. Sold only in lefthand drive, manufacturing ceased by Maggiora in May 2002 and Fiat resurrected the Barchetta with a Phase Two model during 2004 built at its Mirafiori plant in Turin before ending production soon after in June 2005. Presented in near unmarked silver coachwork with black leather, this lovely Barchetta has been cherished throughout its life. Sold by DTR Sports to a Mr. Godfrey in July 1999 and with the original sales invoice in the history file, this example has had just three further owners from new. The history file includes details of service schedules and, importantly, the dates of the major services which can be substantiated by the comprehensively stamped service booklet. Having been ga

    • Year: 2016
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