2003 Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage (RHD)
- Finished in Mendip Blue with Pacific Blue & Parchment interior
- 40,826 miles from new
- Excellent service history with all invoices on file
- An exceptional example
This particularly elegant DB7 Vantage is finished in Mendip Blue with Pacific Blue & Parchment interior and was first registered in 2003. With just 40,826 miles covered a large file containing service invoices and MOTs accompanies the car showing no expense has been spared reflecting the excellent care the previous owners have given to this beautiful example. The fit and finish remain very impressive as the seats and soft trimmed components are covered in Natural Leather Hide and Alcantara supplied by the prestigious Bridge of Weir. In typical Aston Martin fashion there is a considered balance of the very best traditional material married to the latest in-cabin technology, which absolutely holds true for this car. Carpets and mats remain in first class condition, the headlining tight, clean and free of marks.
Service history is as follows;
- 20/05/05 – 11,564 miles
- 01/03/06 – 13,942 miles
- 07/03/07 – 17,857 miles
- 05/03/08 – 24,077 miles
- 03/03/09 – 27,910 miles
- 17/02/10 – 31,591 miles
- 14/03/11 – 33,563 miles
- 26/03/12 – 36,195 miles
- 05/03/13 – 37,229 miles
- 10/03/14 – 37,931 miles
- 17/03/15 – 39,314 miles
- 06/04/16 – 40,123 miles
- 26/06/17 – 40,304 miles
- 30/11/18 – 40,440 miles
- 06/11/21 – 40,626 miles
In March 1999 a totally revised DB7 Vantage and Vantage Volante made their debut at the annual Geneva Motorshow. Building on the success of the in-line 6 cylinder DB7 the new Vantage models featured an all new 420bhp, 6.0 litre V12 engine, with a choice of 6 speed manual or 5 speed automatic gearbox. A ‘Touchtronic’ option quickly became available offering a more involving experience for customers who preferred automatic gearboxes.
In addition to the new powertrain, DB7 Vantage had more aggressive styling, with a bigger front grille, new fog/side/indicator lights and imposing 18” wheels with Bridgestone S02 tyres. The interior leather trim was cut and sewn at a special trim shop at Newport Pagnell along with Wilton Carpet for the flooring and choice of wood veneer or carbon fibre facia panels.
In 2002 the GT and GTA (Touchtronic automatic) joined the DB7 line-up. 190 GT’s and 112 GTA’s were built, they featured Bonnet vents, ‘framed’ wire grille with the GT insignia, unique 5 spoke wheels and a re-sculptured lip spoiler on the boot lid. Other improvements included a twin plate clutch, uprated suspension, brakes with Vanquish brake booster and special under trays to improve aerodynamics. Power increased by a further 15bhp to 435bhp on the manual GT model, with the GTA developing 420bhp.
DB7 Vantage had worldwide appeal and set new standards of power, refinement and reliability for handmade luxury sports cars.
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