As a replacement for the Virage, the Aston Martin V8 Coupe adopted the styling cues from the flagship V8 Vantage and presented them in a much more elegant, almost subtle form. The last of the coachbuilt cars, just 101 of these rolled off the Newport Pagnell production line over 3 years, and are now highly sought after. A Grand Tourer par excellence, the beautifully appointed interior and majestic styling embody the ethos of the marque’s brand values well as the car becomes a potential future classic. Chassis number 79091 is one of the very last cars built, which can be seen by the later style wing mirrors and door handles as well as relocated seat switches. Painted in the elegant colour of Rolls Royce Midnight Blue, complemented perfectly by the Parchment and Pacific Blue interior, this outstanding example has been cherished by its one and only owner from new and comes with a comprehensive Aston Martin service history from both the supplying dealer and Aston Martin Works themselves. More exclusive and refined than both its Virage and V8 predecessors, these cars warrant your attention, and this is probably one of the finest. Supplied with our usual standards of preparation from our
1998 aston martin v8 coupe 1 101 built blue 1-owner aston-martin rwd petrol british fast 2wd
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London, W12 8HJ, London
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