Type: Used Year: 1995 Make: ASTON MARTIN Model: VIRAGE Trim: Wide Body Auto Body: Coupe Trans: Automatic Mileage: 10455 Engine Size: 5340 Ext Color: Peacock Blue
Variant name:Coupe ,Variant: V12 2dr Touchtronic Auto NATIONWIDE DELIVERY AVAILABLE. Aston Martin Edinburgh presents this fully approved rare Virage finished in Tungsten Silver with Obsidian Black leather interior. This Virage has a full Aston Martin service history and comes with 12 months Aston Martin warranty and roadside assistance. Contact our team for more information. Tailored finance packages available.
COMING SOON The very last Aston Martin Virage Volante Wide Body (6.3 spec) with the V8 Coupe engine and four speed automatic gearbox. Call Keith for more details
Incredible Collectable Low Mileage.. Vehicle History: The Aston Martin Virage Volante Was First Introduced To The World At The Geneva Motor Show In 1991 And On The Styling Looked More Like A Lagonda Rather Than The V8 It Replaced. As A Normal Classic Aston Martin Proposition This Example Is Viewed To Be A Very Rare Model, As Only 121 Standard Right Hand Drive Aston Martin Virage Volante`s Were Produced By The Factory. An Impressively Low Production Number, However If We Take Into Account That Only 22 Wide Bodied 6.3 Litre Cars Had Been Made As A Total, Then This Should Delight Even More. 22 Cars Is Getting Even More Impressive, But Then If We Consider That Only Four, This Being One Of The Four Had Been Offered By The Aston Martin Newport Pagnell Factory From New, With The Other 18 Cars Being Aston Works Factory Conversions Then This Will Indeed Make This An Unrepeatable Blue Chip Future Investment, For Any Serious Collector/Investor Worldwide.... Because The Massive Costs For Both The 6.3 Engine And The Extensive Body Enhancements At Time Of Build, Only The Very Wealthy Could Justify The Revised Aston Martin Ticket Prices, With Many Of The Total 22 Cars Bought By Famous Or Royal Clients, With This Examples First Keeper Being A World Renowned Car Collector/Foreign Royal Family Member. In Today`s Busy Classic Car Sector, Many New Keen Global Collectors Will Want To Acquire Certain Models That Are Rarely Offered Into The Market Place And With The Royal Connections And Incredibly Low Production Numbers, This May Be That Ideal Opportunity? The Car Was Repatriated Back To The UK In 2008 At Just 250 Miles Recorded And Since The Vehicles Arrival Back To England, Has Been A Prominent Part Of A Private Collection With Very Little Mileage Applied, Thus Now Making This Probably The Lowest Recorded Mileage Reading Example Left In Existence?? Exterior: From Factory Build, The Car Was Finished In Chichester Blue Metallic Which Perfectly Showcases The Wide Body Arches And Looks Stunning Either With The Blue Fabric Roof Up Or Covered With The Ivory Leather Hood Cover. Further Exterior Detailing Came In The Form Of The Polished 18" Deep Dish Bolted OZ Alloy Wheels, Chromed Body Embellishments, Enlarged Air Dams, Colour Coded Sill Covers, Blackened Volante Boot Badge And Of Course The Raised Colour Coded Rear Boot Spoiler. Interior: At The Time Of Build Only The Very Finest Leather Hides & Expensive Materials Could Be Used For The Company`s Very Decisive Client Data Base, So The Unmistakable Aston Martin Theatre Will Commence With Unmarked Connolly Cream Leather Seating Delicately Detailed With Ivory Twin Needle Stitch Work And Ivory Piping. This Spectacular Cabin Space Is Further Enhanced With A Two Tone Ivory & Navy Blue Leather Dash, Which Is Beautifully Finished With Burr Walnut Internal Veneers, Navy Blue Carpets, A Tan Suede Roof Lining And Finalised With The Signature Three Spoke Oxford Blue Leather Bound Steering Wheel. Specification: The 6.3 Litre Engine Offered A Massive 500BHP From Build, Which Would Give A Crushing Top Speed Of 175 MPH And This Was Achieved By Increasing The Bore & Stroke, A Revised Fuel Injection System, Special Cosworth Pistons With Higher Lift Cam Shafts And A New Crank Shaft. The Car Is Presented In The Original Factory Options Which Will Include The Oxford Blue Leather Bound Three Spoke Steering Wheel, Blue Fabric Electric Convertible Roof With Ivory Leather Cover, 18" Deep Dish Polished Alloy Wheels Which All Sit On Branded Tyres, Chromed Twin Tail Pipes, Electric Memory Front Seating With Heated Function, Front Fog Lamps, Chromed Exterior Detailing, A Raised Boot Lid Spoiler, A Fully Functional Aston Martin Trip Computer, Electric Windows & Mirrors, Sony Radio/CD Head Unit And So Much More. The Car Also Has The Entire Booklet Pack Set, Has A Fully Cleared Hpi Certificate And The Entire Key Set. For Further Details Then Please Contact Either Jonathan Or Mark On 01623 622627 Or Via Our Email At: email@example.com Options And Costs To Ship Worldwide Are Available Upon Request...
Used condition, Franchise approved, Manufacturer Approved
Aston Martin had never used the name Limited Edition before and first used with the run out of Virages and prior to the launch of the V8 coupe. With nine un-sold chassis and Aston Martin needing a car to display for the 1994 British International Motor Show at the NEC in Birmingham, the Aston Martin Limited Edition was produced. The car was very similar to the Virage, with the distinctive V front grill; five spoke alloy wheels, restyled front spoiler with fog lamps and more horsepower, by 24 bhp. All nine cars were to be Deep Jewel Green Metallic, with Special Tan leather, Beige carpets, Burr Elm wood veneers and a brass plaque on the dash, with owner and Chassis Number. All cars were four speed automatic and the addition of a driver’s air bag with the first to be introduced side air bags was included. The chassis run was 50411 to 50419 and this being 50417 specially ordered from the Motor Show stand by Mr. Lennox Lewis WBC Heavyweight World Champion, requesting a number of other options to be included on his order. The first being extra leg room and extra sound system. Mr. Lewis owned the car until 2005 when it was sold through Bonham’s Auction in Newport Pagnell, with 33,000 miles and entered without his knowledge, but accepted the sale. The car was regularly serviced at Aston Martin Works service while in his ownership. The car was then sold to an Aston Martin collector where it sat in a large collection, only covering 2,000 miles until 2012 when it was sold to Noble House in Holland. The car was then sold to the current owner in 2015, who again has only covered a few hundred miles. With only just over 33,500 miles the car has been fully checked over and is in very good condition, some minor trim wear, but all from the large frame of the WBC Heavyweight Boxing Champion. A very under rated motorcar an one which will for the future collector and with the original number plate and Lennox Lewis sound system.
1991 Aston Martin Virage Coupe automatic transmission, low mileage, good documented service history and lovely condition throughout.
Variant name:Coupe ,Variant: V12 2dr Touchtronic Auto NATIONWIDE DELIVERY INCLUDED. Aston Martin Edinburgh present this 62 plate Virage finished in the spectacular Ceramic Grey with Sandstorm leather interior. The Virage was re-introduced in 2011 for a short period before the DB9 facelift was released and due to it's short build life the Virage is a highly desirable and sought after vehicle. This car was sold new by ourselves and has been fully serviced with it's 5th service completed in September 2017. Contact our team for more info.
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Chassis Number: SCFDAM1C2NBL60026 Engine Number: 89/60026/A UK Registration Number: TBA Date of first reg: 8th June 1993 Exterior colour: Black Hood: Black Mohair Interior colour: Tan leather Current Odometer reading: 41400 Mileage Warranty: Steering: Left Transmission: Automatic Options: GPS and 10 CD system, Alarm and Immobiliser Background Background: Following three years of intense development, Aston Martin choose to unveil their new car for the nineties and beyond, at the International Motor Show in England on the 18th of October 1988. Called the Virage it was one of the sensations of the show attracting enormous public and media attention. The engine, based on the well tried and tested all alloy V8 designed by Tadek Marek with its racing pedigree, was heavily revised with entirely new cylinder heads with four valves per cylinder (last used by Aston Martin in 1921-2) for better breathing and to overcome power losses inevitable with the use of catalytic converters. This is so the engine can run on unleaded fuel anywhere; in effect it is a “worldwide” engine compatible for all markets. Development of the new four valve heads was undertaken by the renowned experts, Callaway Engi