2003 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage


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    48 000 mi / 77 249 km
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Very desirable V12, manual gearbox, DB7 with just three former keepersOriginally supplied by Stratstone of Wilmslow on 28/02/2003 in TungstenSilver with Obsidian leatherFull Aston Martin service history (13 stamps) up until 2016 at43,481 milesThree specialist services since, the most recent at47,780 miles in September 2019Current indicated mileage just over 48,000. Aston Martin book pack and wallet including service bookNew tyres, freshly serviced and the MOT is valid until early October 2020Aston Martin introduced the long-awaited Vantage version of their successful DB7 in 1999. Sporting a Cosworth designed, 5.9- litre V12 producing a creamy 420bhp, the car was super-quick and was electronically limited to 185mph. The V12 had a serious appetite for air compared to its 6-cylinder predecessor, demanding a larger intake and other modifications to the frontal airflow were made to aid cooling. Other changes included chassis and braking upgrades to cope with the increased performanceand Ian Callum enlarged the grille, added fog lamps, and restyled the valances to give the car a more purposeful look. The Vantage interior leather trim was cut and sewn at a special trim shop at Newport Pagnell, where the carpet and wood veneers were also prepared.This superb DB7 Vantage was originally supplied by Stratstone of Wilmslow on 28/02/2003 in Tungsten Silver with an Obsidianleather and Burr Walnut interior and has been enjoyed by three former keepers who between them have covered just over 48,000 miles. Included with the full AM book pack is the service history boasting 13 Aston Martin stamps in the book up until 2016 at43,481 miles and subsequently a further three by marque specialists with the most recent at 47,780 miles in September 2019. On offer from a private collection, this lovely V12 is in fabulous condition and has recently been fitted with new tyres and freshly MOTd (October 2020).V12, front-engined, manual gearbox, Grand Tourers have seen mounting investor interest over the last few years and this impressive DB7 Vantage certainly qualifies in that department, however, essentially its an affordable classic Aston with 400bhp and the open road beckons.Aston Martin, a V12 engine and a Manual Gearbox. The Holy Trinity