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Vehicle Specification

Make Aston Martin
Model DB7 V12 Volante
Year 2000
Engine 5.9 Litre
Mileage 19,000
Transmission 5 Speed Automatic
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Vehicle Description



The original DB7 was undeniably a beautiful car and with introduction of the V12 at the Geneva Motor Show in 1999, Ian Callum cleverly added to it's inherent beauty by revising its flanks, adding new sills and a new rear bumper together with a wider front grill...this addition was a necessity to allow more cooling air to the much more powerful engine .

The Supercharged version did a valiant job, but it's was never quite 'man enough'! The new V12 engine was built in Britain by Cosworth Technology and produced 420bhp/400lb ft of torque and was mated to a five-speed automatic transmission, as a result there is effortless and substantial performance on tap! The chassis was extensively redesigned and improved to cope with a 30% increase in power, as was the brakes (Brembo) and suspension, plus the interior was given a makeover with new more comfortable and supportive sports seats.

This particular car was delivered by Stratstones of Mayfair in October 2000 to its first lady keeper; her chosen specification was Buckingham Green with parchment leather piped green, rear seats, walnut dash and door inlays, heated front screen, heated seats, plus unusually, satellite navigation.

With only 19,000 miles covered in the hands of just three keepers and a fully stamped Aston Martin service history to boot. Pleasingly, its has just been serviced and the A/C recharged, so its all ready for the Summer. A wonderful opportunity to buy a truly excellent example which is presented in what is widely considered to be the very best colours.

It would be pleasure to answer any further questions you might have. The car can be inspected at my showroom in Hindhead - please call 07788 865700.




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