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

Aston Martin DB7: Buying guide and review (1994-2003) Classic and Performance Car
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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? 
 
With more than 7000 examples sold worldwide, the DB7 represented a new beginning for Aston Martin. It realised the ambition of Victor Gauntlett for a volume model that would draw on the enduring legacy of the DB4 and secure the company’s future. 
 
Ford’s purchase of Aston Martin, followed rapidly by Jaguar and coupled with the astute chairmanship of Walter Hayes, would bring this vision to reality. Jaguar contributed a heavily reworked XJ-S platform – known as XJ41. Tom Walkinshaw’s TWR Group assumed engineering development and manufacturing responsibility at the former XJ220 plant at Bloxham, with the Kidlington workshop building the complete engine. 
 
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. 
 
The stunningly evocative styling was by Ian Callum and the DB7 was launched, with the blessing of company life president Sir David Brown, at the 1993 Geneva motor show. A powerful part of its appeal 19 years after launch is that it was the car that saved the company. 
 
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 DB7 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 specs 


Engine  In-line six-cylinder, 3228cc, supercharged
Power 335bhp @ 5750rpm
Torque 361lb ft @ 3000rpm
Transmission Five-speed manual/four-speed automatic
0-62mph 5.8sec
Top speed 157mph
Insurance group   20
Price when new £78,500
 

Dimensions and weight

 
Wheelbase            2591mm 
Length 4631mm
Width 1820mm
Height 1238mm
Weight 1650kg
 

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.
 

Owners clubs, forums and websites

 
• www.amoc.org – Aston Martin Owners' Club
• www.amocna.org – Aston Martin Owners' Club North America
• www.astonmartinworks.com – Aston Martin Works 

Summary and prices

 
‘Any six-cylinder DB7 worth having will start at around £25,000,’ cautions Derek Campbell, MD of the Chiltern Aston Centre. ‘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 in excess of £200,000. 
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Last updated: 4th May 2017
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  • Aston Martin DB7

    £51,995 £51,995

    Variant name:VANTAGE ,Variant: Auto

    • Year: 1999
    • Mileage: 6340 mi
    • Engine size: 3.2
    For sale
    £51,995 £51,995
    HWM-HWM Aston Martin of Walton-on-Thames
  • ASTON MARTIN DB7 GTA 5.9 V12 Automatic 2003

    £56,000 £56,000

    A truly exceptional example. Part of a private collection.. Full Aston Martin and specialist service history. ;;Specification include;Interior trim Alcatara and Leather.;Electric windows.;Electric mirrors.;Push button gear shift on steering wheel.;Air condition.;Full electric front seats.;Adjustable steering wheel.;Front and rear parking sensors.;Aston Martin traffic pro radio with 6 Disc CD changer in boot.;Spare wheel and tool kit.;18'' Five spoke alloys with;;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 435 bhp (324 kW; 441 PS) and 410 lbft (560 Nm) of torque for the manual GT, although the automatic GTA retained the 420 bhp (313 kW; 426 PS) and 400 lbft (540 Nm) of torque of the standard DB7 Vantage. 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 (hood), a boot (trunk) spoiler, It also has 355 mm (14.0 in) front and 330 mm (13.0 in) rear vented disc brakes made by Brembo. Production of the GT and GTA was extremely limited, as only 190 GT's and 112 GTA's.;; Please contact Nino to make an appointment for viewing and road test 01223425300 07768775391.;;

    • Mileage: 31382 mi
    For sale
    £56,000 £56,000
  • Aston Martin DB7

    £39,950 £39,950

    Variant name:VANTAGE VOLANTE ,Variant: VANTAGE VOLANTE In 1999, the more powerful DB7 V12 Vantage was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. Its 5.9-litre, 48-valve, V12 engine produced 420 bhp (313 kW; 426 PS) and 400 lb⋅ft (540 N⋅m) of torque. It has a compression ratio of 10.3:1. Transmissions were available with either a TREMEC T-56 six-speed manual or a ZF 5HP30 five-speed automatic gearbox. Aston Martin claimed it had a top speed of either 186 mph (299 km/h) and would accelerate from 0–60 mph (97 km/h) in 4.9 seconds.[2] It is 4,692 mm long, 1,830 mm (72.0 in) wide, 1,243 mm (48.9 in) high, with a weight of 1,800 kg (3,968.3 lb). This particular 2002 Vantage Volante is finished in Metallic Solent Silver with contrasting Parchment and Pacific Blue Leather with Dark Blue Soft top and tonneau cover. Having covered only 35000 miles with three previous owners and full Aston Martin main dealer/specialist service history, containing fourteen service stamps. MOT's and tax discs, 2 x keys. Part exchange welcome. Competitive finance available. Please call Fraser on 07880 554460 or 01279 813907 for more information. **viewing by appointment only**

    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 35000 mi
    • Engine size: 5.9
    For sale
    £39,950 £39,950
  • Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Coupe

    €64,500(£0) €64,500(£0)

    Variant: Vantage Manual Excellent condition and well documented service and ownership history. Very desirable and collectable version and colour combination. Bought as a dealer demonstrator in 2000 by Englishman Mr P Bacon who was living in Milan at the time. He kept it until 2012 when given as part exchange against a newer model, to AM Heritage dealer Nicholas Mee &Co in London. Fully serviced and 12 month warranty issued before sold to Finland. All European taxes paid. History; 10/1999 first registration for Royal Cars SRL Milan, 120 kms 01/2000 service Royal Cars SRL, 3515 kms 03/2000 6 x service campaigns Royal Cars SRL 07/2000 ownership change Mr P Bacon 06/2001 service, 6 x service campaigns Royal Cars SRL, 14457 kms 11/2001 service campaign Royal Cars SRL 09/2002 service, service campaign Royal Cars SRL, 22575 kms 05/2003 4 x service campaign Royal Cars SRL 02/2004 service Royal Cars SRL, 32232 kms 11/2005 service, Emilianauto, Bologna, 41300 kms 09/2010 service Royal Cars SRL, 58186 kms 02/2013 service, Nicholas Mee &Co UK, 60997 km 03/2013 ownership change Mr H Asunta, imported and registered in Finland, 61005 kms 06/2013 a/c refill, 64120 kms 04/2014 ownership change Mr R Paulig, 68001 kms 09/2014 MOT/TÜV roadworthiness inspection, 72958 kms 10/2014 new tyres Michelin PilotSport3 08/2015 replace clutch package with improved version, new flywheel, slave cylinder, replace final drive and gearbox oil, Kariste Ky Helsinki, 76653 kms 09/2015 MOT/TÜV roadworthiness inspection, 77384 kms 09/2015 service Callisma Aston Martin Stockholm, 76725 kms + new thermostat, replace vacuum and breather hoses, fuel filters 06/2016 ownership change H Asunta 08/2016 MOT/TÜV roadworthiness inspection, 84081 kms 08/2016 wheel alignment 09/2016 service Aston Hill Stockholm, 85681 kms 08/2017 MOT/TÜV roadworthiness inspection, 89939 kms

    • Year: 1999
    • Mileage: 90000 mi
    • Engine size: 6
    For sale
    €64,500(£0) €64,500(£0)
  • Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Coupe

    €49,500(£0) €49,500(£0)

    Variant: Vantage Manual Excellent condition and well documented service and ownership history. Modifications by previous owner; Zagato style front section, clear side marker lights, deletion of model designation, sports exhaust system. These can be changed back to original specs without problems – please ask for details. factory build record sheet confirms the following: territory Germany exterior colour Stornoway Silver trim colour Charcoal with Stone piping headlining Parchment carpets Charcoal 12/1999 delivery service, Autohaus Kronberg DE, 253 kms 01/2000 delivery to first owner 07/2001 first service, Autohaus Kronberg DE, 10000 kms 11/2002 service, Rene Michiels Aston Martin, Tisselt BE, 13093 kms 01/2006 service, Aston Martin Denmark Copenhagen, 24560 kms 11/2006 service, Aston Martin Denmark Copenhagen, 29018 kms owner Mr M Szigethy 06/2008 service, spark plugs and coils, Grange Aston Martin, Brentwood Essex UK, 44393 kms 08/2010 service, Denmark, 58743 kms 06/2012 service, Aston Martin Lancaster Sevenoaks UK, 79457 kms 06/2013 import to Sweden 06/2013 MOT/TÜV inspection, Malmö SE, 82660 kms 06/2015 service, replace spark plugs, Mobilmec AB SE, 84595 kms 06/2015 MOT/TÜV inspection, Stockholm SE, 84727 kms owner Mr P O Hjelmberg 05/2016 MOT/TÜV inspection, Stockholm SE, 89031 kms 09/2017 replace heater and air conditioning matrix, front suspension bushes, Kariste Helsinki FI, 91000 kms EU taxes and duties paid, last registered in Sweden. Interesting trade-ins considered.

    • Year: 1999
    • Mileage: 91000 mi
    • Engine size: 6
    For sale
    €49,500(£0) €49,500(£0)
  • Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante

    £59,750 £59,750

    Variant: Vantage We have the pleasure to offer this beautiful 2002 Aston martin DB7 Vantage Volante automatic with tiptronic transmission, finished in stunning silver paint with black mohair hood. The interior is finished in Parchment leather with black carpets. Just one previous owner with ONLY 13050 miles on the clock and full documented, fully service by the selling dealer HWM in Surrey. Documents include the original sales order and invoice right through to the last recent service. The car wants for nothing and is ready to drive off in the sunset.

    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 13050 mi
    • Engine size: 6
    For sale
    £59,750 £59,750
  • Aston Martin DB7 GTA V12 - £SOLD

    POA POA

    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

    For sale
    POA POA
  • Aston Martin DB7

    £27,995 £27,995

    About this Aston Martin DB7 The Aston Martin DB7 is a grand tourer which was produced by Aston Martin from September 1994 to December 2004. The grand tourer was available either as a coupé or a convertible and as a six cylinder 3.2 Supercharged (as here) or a later 5.9 V12. The 3.2 is far simpler to work on and was made in lesser numbers and therefore is considered to be the most collectable and most likely to rise in value. The example offered by us here is finished in Pennine Grey, a colour synonymous with the Bond brand and this combined with the matching charcoal grey leather, carpets and shiny split rim alloys wheels make for a stunning example of this appreciating and beatiful classic. The service history is comprehensive with a book full of Dealer stamps including 4x works service entries. There is a folder of supporting invoices with old MOT certificates and details of previous keepers. Supplied with spare keys - it doesn't get much better...

    • Mileage: 77700 mi
    For sale
    £27,995 £27,995
  • Aston Martin DB7 3.2 VOLANTE

    £39,995 £39,995

    About this Aston Martin DB7 3.2 VOLANTE The Aston Martin DB7 is a grand tourer which was produced by Aston Martin from September 1994 to December 2004. The grand tourer was available either as a coupé or a convertible and in manual or automatic format. The 6 cylinder 3.2 supercharged was made in far fewer numbers than the later 5.9 V12 and this combined with far simpler mechanics and lesser running costs make this the most attractive to both the collector and the driver. Airbags were introduced in 1997 and this feature alongside the later alarm fob make this the most desireable age group to buy. Supplied with original handbooks, spare keys, a tracker, an amazing Factory/Main Dealer history and only 32000 miles from new this is almost irrepeatable and is offered at a winter price of just £39,995 (which could easily be £49,995 as soon as the sun comes out!) The fun number plate (D8 GRR) is available by seperate negotiation.

    • Mileage: 32000 mi
    For sale
    £39,995 £39,995
  • Aston Martin DB7 VANTAGE

    £29,995 £29,995

    About this Aston Martin DB7 VANTAGE In 1999, the powerful DB7 V12 Vantage was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. The new Vantage model featured an all new 5.9 litre V12 engine which produced an amazing 420bhp. The engine came with a choice of a 6 speed manual gear box or a 5 speed automatic gearbox. Aston Martin claimed that the automatic model had a top speed of 165 mph, and would accelerate from 0–60 mph in 4.9 seconds. This particular car has low mileage along with excellent service history with 12 stamps in the service book, 10 of which are from a main Aston Martin dealership. This car also comes in the favoured Mendip Blue. The latest generation of 'Classic' Aston Martin and still available at a reasonable price level.

    • Mileage: 51600 mi
    For sale
    £29,995 £29,995
  • Aston Martin DB7 Zagato - 14 of 99

    £325,000 £325,000

    Engine Size 5.9 l Mileage 6,400 miles Previous Owners 4 Bodystyle Coupe Seats 4 Transmission Manual Exterior Colour Solway Grey Interior Trim Pacific Blue Rekindling one of the motoring world’s most iconic partnerships, Aston Martin and Zagato fittingly unveiled the new DB7 Zagato to a private gathering of valued customers in 2002 at Gieves & Hawkes, No.1 Saville Row, London. Based on a shortened DB7 platform, the Zagato employed the 435bhp V12 powerplant mated to a short-throw 6 speed manual transmission. The distinctive styling, including Zagato’s trademarked “double-bubble” roof, evoked strong memories of the iconic DB4 GT Zagato from the 1960s, not to mention the stunning driveline from the most focused DB7 built, the GT, ensuring that the orderbook for all 99 cars was quickly fulfilled. Bodied mostly in aluminium by Carrozzeria Zagato in Italy, the car was almost 60kg lighter than the standard DB7 GT giving it a suitably enhanced turn of speed over its mechanically similar stablemate. This particular example is car number 14 of the 99 which is finished in the suitably elegant shade of Solway Grey with Pacific Blue aniline hide. Complete with its numbered car cover, as well the

    • Year: 2004
    • Mileage: 6400 mi
    For sale
    £325,000 £325,000
  • 2001 ASTON MARTIN DB7 VANTAGE VOLANTE

    $49,500(£0) $49,500(£0)

    --Mendip Blue with Pacific Blue over Magnolia leather interior, Pacific carpeting and Blue Mohair convertible top, 26,000 miles from new, 6-speed Touchtronic transmission Factory options include: Factory Mesh Front Upper and Lower Grilles, Leather Convertible Boot cover All alloy four cam 6.0 liter V-12 developing 420 bhp @ 6000 rpm and 400 ft. lb. of torque @ 5000 rpm. 0-60 in 5.2 seconds with a top speed of 165 mph. Recently serviced by Autosport Designs, Inc., this DB7 Vantage Volante has enjoyed only seasonal use and has been serviced accordingly to remain in exceptional condition at all times. This DB7 Vantage Volante is exceptional throughout with service history and original owner’s manual. Video walk-around and road test: https://youtu.be/jA6LqNzZeYM

    • Year: 2001
    • Mileage: 26000 mi
    For sale
    $49,500(£0) $49,500(£0)
  • Aston Martin DB7

    £57,200 £57,200

    Boss Motor Company are extremely proud to be able to offer, this 1 OWNER, 22,000 Mile Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante. This beautiful 2003/53 example was built right at the end of DB7 production and has been maintained fastidiously throughout its life. Its one and only custodian has had it serviced no less than 15 times. All servicing has been carried out by Aston Martin Mayfair with its last service in September 2017 at 22,000 miles.This unique vehicle also benefits from being finished in arguably the most elegant DB7 Colour Scheme of Antrim Blue with Parchment Main Hide and Pacific Blue Secondary Hide.Complimented by Blue Carpets, a Parchment Alcantara Headlining and a Blue Mohair Hood.Specification Includes:Becker Mexico Radio, Heated Front Screen, Push Button Start, Air Conditioning, Automatic Gearbox, Electric Windows, Electrically Adjustable Front Seats, Heated Front Seats, Climate Control. - VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - PART EXCHANGE WELCOME- FINANCE AVAILABLE THROUGH OUR WEBSITE - RAC WARRANTYDisclaimer: Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure accuracy of all our vehicles information, some inaccuracies may occur. It is important that you do not rely on this information but check with Boss motor company limited about any items which may affect your decision to buy this vehicle.

    • Mileage: 22000 mi
    • Engine size: 5935
    For sale
    £57,200 £57,200
  • 2002 Aston Martin DB7

    $44,900(£0) $44,900(£0)

    The name Aston Martin ranks among the elites of the automotive world. Coming to prominence on the racetracks of the world, in the 1950’s, the name Aston Martin has become synonymous with fine low production luxury GT cars. The DB (David Brown) cars are, with few exceptions, considered the most desirable and beautiful cars ever produced, and these attributes are no better exemplified with the DB 7. Featuring a 420 horsepower 6 liter V12, the car offered a silky smooth ride and astonishing performance. The car on offer here is a stunning 2002 ASTON MARTIN DB-7 VANTAGE CONVERTIBLE. The condition of the car cannot be overstated. It is a 3 owner car, has only 11,600 miles, and is absolutely gorgeous! The car is Bowland Black with a Saddle Tan leather interior and a Black convertible top (one of only 4 in this color combination). This car is beautiful from every angle and her condition reflects the low mileage. If you are looking for the best DB7, look no further. She is fully optioned with automatic transmission, mohair headliner, and premium sound system. All systems function as they should and the convertible top is in excellent condition. The car has been well serviced by Aston Marti

    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 11000 mi
    For sale
    $44,900(£0) $44,900(£0)
  • Aston Martin DB7 Vantage

    £46,950 £46,950

    Engine Size 5.9 l Mileage 9,800 miles Previous Owners 2 Bodystyle Coupe Seats 2 Transmission Automatic Exterior Colour Skye Silver Interior Trim Tan A superb, ultra-low mileage DB7 Vantage finished in Skye Silver with Dark Grey over Light Tan hides, Slate Grey carpets and Walnut veneers. Fitted with all standard equipment, including original handbooks, tools and optional spare wheel. Accurately described as being in outstanding condition, the paintwork and interior finishes are best described as almost new. An automatic gearbox example, the car was exported from new in 2002 and repatriated to the UK this year. Subsequently delivered to Aston Martin Works Service in Newport Pagnell, a thorough inspection and comprehensive manufacturer scheduled service has just been completed, with no faults noted. Previously kept in climate controlled environments, this exceptional condition example has covered at total of just 9,800miles. Thirteen years after production ceased, the DB7 Vantage is fast becoming a collected classic car and now almost impossible to find, with ultra-low mileage and pristine condition. Available and displayed now in our London showrooms, interested parties and collecto

    • Year: 2017
    • Mileage: 9800 mi
    For sale
    £46,950 £46,950
  • ASTON MARTIN DB7 3.2 I6 MANUAL - 1 OWNER - LOW MILEAGE

    £39,995 £39,995

    The shape of the DB7 was penned by Scottish designer Ian Callum and has been hailed as the best looking British car since the Jaguar E-type. It's as if the stylist has taken the classic Aston shape and smoothed off the sharp edges; the result is very elegant. You expect a great deal for the price of a three-bedroom semi and by and large, there's not much to disappoint you. The leather and walnut-trimmed cockpit is as classy as you would expect, with proper, thick Connolly hide and matching piping. Power comes from a supercharged Jaguar straight six ? but it?s not the normal XJR unit. For the Aston, it was based upon a downsized 3.2, but Tom Walkinshaw employed a thicker block that was used in racing to enable the supercharger to be used at full pelt, producing 335 bhp. The i6 have their own charms ? rarity, super-pure styling and evocative supercharger howl and, 'the DB7 with the ?six?, is more the ?driver?s car? (especially in a manual gearbox) - better than the V12 thanks to a weight distribution. We are privileged to be able to offer this one private owner vehicle from new with extensive history - serviced fully at main dealers up to recently. Above the standard specification on

    • Year: 1996
    • Mileage: 19750 mi
    For sale
    £39,995 £39,995
  • ASTON MARTIN DB7 VANTAGE 6.0 V12 TOUCHTRONIC - RARE COLOUR

    £32,995 £32,995

    The shape of the DB7 was penned by Scottish designer Ian Callum and has been hailed as the best looking British car since the Jaguar E-type. It's as if the stylist has taken the classic Aston shape and smoothed off the sharp edges; the result is very elegant. You expect a great deal for the price of a three-bedroom semi and by and large, there's not much to disappoint you. The leather and walnut-trimmed cockpit is as classy as you would expect, with proper, thick Connolly hide and matching piping. Power comes from V12 engine that produce 420 horsepower and 400 lb.-ft. of torque. Not many have engines imbued with Ford/Cosworth technology: 6.0-liter, lightweight aluminum cast alloy with four valves per cylinder, twin overhead cams on each bank of cylinders, and produced at Cosworth Technology's limited production plant in England; the same place that used to turns out Cosworth V-10 Formula 1 racing engines and turbocharged, V-8 Indy car engines. This rarely available in Coniston Silver example comes with two tone (Iron Ore over Black) leather hide and optional Touchtronic transmission, sports steering wheel, silver mesh grille, Becker for Aston Martin satellite navigation and heated

    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 43000 mi
    For sale
    £32,995 £32,995
  • 1998 Aston Martin DB7 Volante

    $29,950(£0) $29,950(£0)

    1998 Aston Martin DB7 Volante The 1998 Aston Martin DB7 Volante shown here with 24,725 on the odometer is available in burgundy with creme interior piped in red which is a stunning and vibrant color combination. It comes equipped with an automatic transmission, air conditioning, power windows, power top and wood trim. A very clean and presentable weekend driver which is mechanically sound. For $29,950 If you have any additional questions Please call 310-975-0272 or email with any questions! We also welcome all international buyers. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements.

    • Year: 1998
    For sale
    $29,950(£0) $29,950(£0)
  • 2002 ASTON MARTIN DB7 VANTAGE COUPE

    $49,500(£0) $49,500(£0)

    --Special order Jaguar Regent Grey with Charcoal over All-Saddle Tan with Charcoal carpeting, 16,000 miles from new, Touchtronic transmission. Factory options include: Carpet Piping, Factory Mesh Upper and Lower Grilles, Premium Audio System, Aluminum Pedal Pads, Sport Exhaust with Large Bore Tailpipes and Maple Veneer. All alloy four cam 6.0 liter V-12 developing 420 bhp @ 6000 rpm and 400 ft. lb. of torque @ 5000 rpm. 0-60 in 5.2 seconds with a top speed of 165 mph. This DB7 Vantage Coupe is well known to Autosport Designs and has been serviced by us for several years. In the most recent past is has received its annual service. It is currently being fitted with new tires and will receive a 4-wheel alignment to start fresh in its next ownership. In excellent condition throughout with factory books, tools, extra keys and remotes. This DB7 Vantage Coupe is ready for immediate use. **Lease & Finance options available. Call or Email for more information; +1-631-425-1555 or info@autosportdesigns.com

    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 16000 mi
    For sale
    $49,500(£0) $49,500(£0)
  • Aston Martin DB7 i6 Saloon

    £29,995 £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

    For sale
    £29,995 £29,995