Penned by Ian Callum and Keith Helfet, the hand built Aston Martin DB7 was released at the Geneva Motorshow in 1993. In 1999, the GT coupe received an upgraded 420 hp 6 litre V12 Cosworth Technology motor and became the DB7 V12 Vantage. To cope with the massive increase in power, much of the chassis and suspension was extensively modified together with larger Brembo brakes. The revised car now accelerated from 0-100 kmh in a tarmac devouring 5.1 seconds. We're proud to make available this incredibly well presented DB7 V12 Vantage, delivered new by Reg Vardy Aston Martin, UK in 2001. Optioned in Tungsten Grey metallic paintwork over two tone Connolly leather, the road presence of this ageless classic is unforgettable. Featuring the optional 5 speed automatic transmission, parking sensors, 18 inch 10 spoke AM alloys, and just 33,000 kms, this well maintained example arrived in Australia as a personal import in 2013. All maintenance has been taken care of within the correct intervals and by Aston Martin since new. More recently, spark plugs and all fluids were replaced and a new battery was added. All receipts and Aston Martin service stamps are available within the original leather b
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