2009 Aston Martin DBS


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Guide price: £110000 - £130000.  
-  An impeccably maintained example with the rare manual gearbox
-  Just 2,733 miles. The service book shows nine main dealer stamps in total 
-  Complete with book packs and an extensive history file.
-  Supplied with a UK V5c and MoT'd until 9th July 2019
  When Daniel Craig sauntered into the Casino Royale, Montenegro for his high-stakes poker game in the eponymous film of 2006, parked outside was his service issued Aston Martin DBS. Menacingly sleek and packing a punch, much like 007 himself, the DBS was to star in a record-breaking action sequence towards the end of the film and an exhilarating opening scene for Craig's second outing as Bond in Quantum of Solace.With a top speed of 191 miles an hour and a zero to sixty time of 4.3 seconds, the DBS was the raffish younger bother to its rather sedate older sibling, the DB9, within the Aston family at the time. Overall, the weight of the two-seat DBS was 65kg lower than the DB9 helped by the lighter weight semi-aniline interior leather and even the standard carpets were made of a lighter-weight fibre.The conventional key was ditched and replaced by a polished sapphire ECU that was inserted into a slot in the starter button. The centre console was changed with a cast metal surround, new graphics and turned-aluminium heater knobs. The UK launch price was £161,147 with many buyers after 2009 ticking the option box for the automatic 'Touchtronic 2' transmission at a further cost of £2,000.We are pleased to offer this rare manual, UK right-hand drive, Aston Martin DBS supplied through Stratstone Wilmslow Aston Martin on the 24th March 2009 in Meteorite Silver with an Obsidian Black leather interior with Silver stitching. The cabin is complemented by Piano-Black wood, charcoal seatbelts and auto-dimming mirrors. Showing just one former keeper, this well-maintained car has been serviced at the supplying dealer no less than 9 times, as recorded in the service book, the last of which was completed in January ’18 when the car had covered 2,152 miles. Supplied with a UK V5c, an MoT until 9th July 2019, and its original books, this beautiful example has now covered just 2,733 miles and presents a rare opportunity to buy a ‘best of breed’ DBS – the ideal collector's car.