Aston Martin DB7 Vantage (2003).
Low mileage with full AM Service History
The DB7 is a very important car in the history of Aston Martin. It saved the company from bankruptcy, and it was the return of the beautifully styled Aston Martins (in this case designed by Ian Callum). The Vantage version was the car it should have been from the beginning, with a powerful and smooth V12 6,0 litre engine. Total DB7 Vantage production reached 4444 units at the end of 2003. This makes it still quite low volume compared to the production figures of the actual DB9 and V8 Vantage.
This particular car had only 2 owners, and is in exceptional condition. Full Aston Martin history and immaculate inside and outside. This DB7 has the rare carbonfibre inlays in dashboard, centre console and door panels, which looks rather attractive. The glorious sounding V12 engine is mated to an automatic gearbox, which is the obvious choice for such a grand tourer. This DB7 still feels as new, hence the low mileage and good service records. If you are looking for a usable and troublefree Aston Martin then this is the one.