Lot 135 - 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante

Lot 135 - 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante

Lot 135 - 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante

Lot Number 135
Registration RA02 CHV
Chassis Number SCFAB32351K402238
Engine Number AM2/02281
Odometer reading 42,688 miles
Estimate £22,000 - £28,000

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 very well presented example was registered new on 29th April 2002 and has had six previous keepers from new. Offered in Stornaway Silver paintwork and parchment piped charcoal interior. This Aston presents very well indeed, the paintwork is excellent only showing minor blemishes and the interior is superb. Accompanying the Vantage Volante is a sizeable history file including its original book pack, service booklet with relevant stamps from main dealer and specialists alike, sundry invoices, previous MoT test certificates, the UK registration document and a MoT valid until 19th July 2024. This is a very well presented example which has been maintained and serviced regularly throughout its life, and we are sure it will bring huge amounts of fun to the new owner in the coming summer months. Consigned by Daniel Godin.

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