Aston Martin DB7 Vantage V12 Coupe Manual 6 Speed Only 2,950 Miles From New

2001 Other Makes DB7 V12 Vantage 6-Speed Manual

Other Makes DB7 V12 Vantage 6-Speed Manual 2001 technical specifications

Condition: Used
Item location: Vidalia, Georgia, United States
Make: Other Makes
Model: DB7 V12 Vantage 6-Speed Manual
Type: Coupe
Year: 2001
Mileage: 2,980
VIN: SCFAB22341K301315
Engine size: V12
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black with White
Vehicle Title: Clear
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With only 2,980 actual miles from new, his gorgeous example may be the finest in the world. There were only 50 manual 6-speed Vantage V12 coupes imported, o it is safe to say that this is an extremely rare car here in the States.

This Aston Martin was purchased new in Atlanta by a collector that had an eclectic collection of exotic supercars. They were all kept in a climate controlled showroom and driven sparingly. Car has been recently serviced with a brand new full size Interstate battery and a fresh set of Michelin Z rated Super Sports have been installed.

She is in as close to as-new condition as you could ever hope to find for a 15 year old car. If you ever wanted one when they were new with a manual 6-speed, ut couldn't afford it, ere is your opportunity. This is a genuine British supercar by all modern standards.

This car features four important options: The burled walnut trim package, he spare tire, he walnut steering wheel and the steel coolant overflow purge tank that was a $1000 replacement over the original plastic unit. The cost of a bespoke walnut steering wheel ordered presently from Aston for this car is $3,500. The spare tire kit included a complete trunk shelf and liner kit. The tool kit is present and in unopened containers.

The color is pearlescent silver metallic and the interior is black leather with white leather inserts. Every panel in the interior is leather including the entire dashboard, he entire seats from front to back, ntire door panels and even the rear partial shelf. The leather is sumptuous and exudes the highest most luxurious standard. The carpet is the highest quality British Wilton wool. The all leather interior aroma is intoxicating and is overall exquisite.

Additional interesting information. This car's transmission is the world class Tremec T56 6-speed manual shift. It is the same style that is used in Corvettes. Shifting is smooth and precise. Changing a clutch is easy and straight forward by simply removing the transmission...unlike the DB9 with a torque tube that requires several people to man handle and two days repair time. It uses a standard style clutch that lasts and lasts vs. the DB9 that may last only 10k miles at best depending on your driving style. This is the best bonus of this car from a mechanical repair aspect...and is added to the positive experience of DB7 ownership. Involvement with Ford in this era had some great benefits. Being a retired Jaguar tech and extreme gearhead, love the engineering that is straight forward. I wish that they would have used this system in the Jaguar XK8...but then, hat would have been too much competition for the DB7 with the manual Aston, aguar and Ford were all intertwined at that time.

The car has always been in the South. It has never had any salty road exposure and most likely has never been driven in the rain. The paint is flawless as in no chips, ings, ents or repairs whatsoever. This car is for the pickiest of collectors who want the very best. The MSRP was over $150k.

Car is located near Macon, eorgia and is available for inspection by appointment. For specifics please feel free to call me. 478 957 9778

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