Lot 132 - 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage ‘Jubilee Edition’

Lot 132 - 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage ‘Jubilee Edition’

Lot 132 - 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage ‘Jubilee Edition’

Lot Number 132
Registration 4692 KX
Chassis Number SCFAB12392K303086
Engine Number AM203153
Odometer reading 47,869 miles
Estimate £28,000 - £35,000

Launched at the Geneva Motor Show in 1993, the Ian Callum styled DB7 began production in 1994 at a new factory in Bloxham, Oxfordshire. It was engineered in conjunction with Tom Walkinshaw’s TWR group who built the new supercharged six-cylinder engine. In 1999, the new DB7 Vantage with a V12 engine was revealed. It didn’t just bring a new powertrain but more aggressive styling with a bigger front grille, new fog, side and indicator lights and imposing 18” wheels.

To celebrate the Queens Golden Jubilee, Stratston Aston Martin Sales of Mayfair commissioned AML to produce a Jubilee Limited Edition of the DB7 Vantage. The car was launched in June 2002 and was limited to just 24 examples, 19 in right hand drive for the UK ( 9 Coupes, 10 Volantes) and a further five with left hand drive for continental Europe. This superb example, numbered number 19, is presented in the exclusive Jubilee metallic blue with cream leather interior and blue piping. This car has a good history with the majority of its servicing having been carried out by Chiltern Aston Centre in Hertfordshire and has been cherished since new by its various previous owners. Its leather, wood interior, paintwork and mechanics are all in very condition. This is a rare DB7 Vantage and being presented in such superb overall condition, it surely must be one of the finest examples available.

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