--Suffolk Red with Tan leather interior piped Black, Beige carpeting edged Black, Circa 22,000 miles from new, Rare 5-speed manual gearbox, This Virage Coupe is 1 of 54 Virages imported to the USA. Introduced at the 1988 Birmingham Motor Show, the Virage was Aston Martin's replacement for the 20-plus year old V8 model line. Designed by John Heffernan and Ken Greenley, it was hand built at the Newport Pagnell works with bodywork in aluminum. The Virage shape although new and sleek successfully blended traditional Aston Martin styling cues of the past into its modern design. The Virage was offered in the USA at $250,000.00 when new. This Virage was sold new to a Midwest collector where it remained for the first 13 years/17,000 miles. The second owner acquired the car in 2005 and used the Virage only a few thousand miles prior to its being sold to its third owner and joining impressive collection in Florida in 2009. The digital odometer reading at present is not working, a common issue with the Virage model. Although unfortunate, as per records, we have confirmed this Virage having 23,000 miles from new. To document future mileage, we have supplied and fitted an analogue mileage count
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Electric Seats, Heated Seats, Memory Seats, Climate Control, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows, Cruise Control, Service history Aston Martin Virage Coupe 5.3 V8 Automatic 335PS built in 1991 finished in British Racing Green with Dark Red Leather interior and Red Onslow Edged Dark Red Lambswool Carpets, One of the Finest Examples, a Must See, Dashtop Roll, Steering Wheel and Cowl in Black Leather, Burr Walnut Trim, Mushoom Alcantara Headlining, Electric Heated Memory Seats, Electric Door Mirrors and Windows, Heated Front Windscreen, Electric Door Mirrors, Cruise Control, 16 Inch Alloys, Climate Control, Trip Computer, Recent Service at Runnymede Motor Company on 09/05/16 at 67,841. Finance available on request - subject to status and terms. Ask about our Company Directors packages. Fully Valeted; UK Wide Delivery Available; Part Exchange Welcome.
The Virage was Aston Martin's replacement for the decades-old V8 models and introduced at the Birmingham Motor Show in 1988. This V8-powered car was intended as the company's top model with the six-cylinder 1994 DB7 slotted below it but this V8 model remained the exclusive, expensive and hand-built king of Astons. The Virage was a large, heavy car in spite of its all-aluminium body but the 32-valve, 5.3 litre, V8 engines elevated its performance to near sports car levels. "Acceleration just never seems to run out", claimed Sports Car International on a first test. They also praised the "eager and quicker revving" nature of the engine with its Callaway-designed heads and Weber-Marelli fuel injection. "Nothing sounds quite like an Aston V8," they concluded. Originally supplied on 1st March 1990 to Mr. Rowan Atkinson, this Aston Martin Virage has been owned by the current vendor since May 2010, however the car has been used very little of late and has been professionally stored throughout his stewardship. This is the eleventh Virage to be manufactured and is one of only circa 50 examples fitted with a manual gearbox. A superb history folder accompanies G511 VUU with substantial work h
PREVIEW SALE Currently being prepared by our world renowned technicians and for sale today is this fantastic Virage from 1992. In classic Red with Magnolia Hide piped in Burgundy, this modern day classic is currently in our workshop but is available to purchase right now. Interested parties should contact a member of our sales team for further details: +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 Customer Comments Careers Subscribe to our FREE eNewsletter Enter your details below. SIGN UP Thank you! Your details have been added to our list. © Copyright Aston Workshop 1999 - 2016 TEL: +44 (0) 1207 233525 ASTONWORKSHOP@ASTON.CO.UK Translate this page Home Car sales Contact us MENU Our Services Car Sales Body Centre Enhancements Aston Gifts Aston Parts Enginology Aston A
Aston Martin Virage, Tungsten silver with all the usual Aston Martin extras such as ceramic brakes, colour SatNav, climate control, bluetooth, full leather, 2+2 seating arrangement. Full supporting Aston Martin main dealer service history, low ownership and low mileage make this a very special car, unmarked as new and ready to enjoy. I guarantee you will not find a better example.
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Stratton Motor Company are pleased to offer on behalf of the current owner a 1991 Aston Martin Virage finished in Warwick blue with full Magnolia Leather, This vehicle is fitted with the famous 5340cc V8 with automatic gearbox, Please contact Roger Bennington or Jonathan on 01508 530491 to discuss further and to arrange a viewing.
£57,950 A low mileage early AM Virage, originally delivered through Aston Martin London on the 1st May 1990, number 23 of only 365 Coupe’s built. With four owners through the 1990’s, the previous owner purchased the Virage in 1999 and remained in the family until 2012. During this period some 5000 miles were covered with regular service records being kept, in addition the car was returned to Aston Martin in early 2000 at approximately 30000 miles to have water ingress to the front foot wells investigated and cured, together with other general service work. A well maintained Aston Martin Virage with four previous owners, with the service book and history file detailing continuous service history since new. The last of the Old School Aston Martin V8’s providing plenty of raw power, hand built by the old team at Newport Pagnell. Idiosyncratic, sometimes unreliable in the earlier days of this model, but a car now more widely accepted as the last of the classic Aston Martins before the launch of the Ford financed and Jaguar influenced DB7 in the late 1990’s. In excellent overall condition for the year, a car that has only covered 35080 miles in twenty five years. The coachwork has recen
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