Lot 150 - 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante
|Odometer reading||70,270 miles|
|Estimate||£20,000 - £24,000|
- Good specification
- A well stamped service book
Completed in the November of 1992 the prototype for the DB7 was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1993. The DB7 was engineered in Kidlington, Oxfordshire, by Tom Walkinshaw Racing on behalf of Aston Martin. The engines continued to be built in Kidlington during the production run of the vehicle. In March 1999 a totally revised DB7 Vantage made its debut at the annual Geneva Motor Show. Building on the success of the in-line six-cylinder DB7 the new Vantage models featured an all new 420bhp, 6.0 litre V12 engine.
This Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante was originally registered on 22nd December 2002.
The Silver Birch coachwork is in delightful condition as is the Parchment interior. The specification includes heated front screen and satellite navigation. A significant service history accompanies this Aston Martin confirming it has clearly been a very well looked after car. Supplied with a V5C registration document, a current MoT test certificate valid until 27th June 2024 and the original service books, this is certainly one of the prettiest Aston Martin DB7 Volantes we have seen for a while. Regarded by many as the purest modern Aston Martin, the DB7 will undoubtedly be a collectable car for years to come and is equally at home in the city or out on the open road.
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