2003 | Aston Martin DB 7 GT
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Make Aston Martin Model DB 7 Model name DB 7 GT Year of manufacture 2003 Body style Coupe Body detail Coupe Power (kw/hp) 320/435 Cubic capacity (ccm) 5,935 Cylinders 12 Doors 2 Steering Right (RHD) Transmission Manual Gears 6 Drive Rear Front Brake Disc Rear Brake Disc Fuel Petrol Exterior colour Black Interior colour Black Interior material Leather Power Assisted Steering Central locking Electric windows ABS Airbag Cruise control
The Aston Martin DB7 V12 GT model was launched in 2003 having had a new engineering team radically improve the handling and performance of the DB7. The damping and suspension set up were uprated and aerodynamic adjustments to the wheel arches were made to combat lift at high speeds. Another important change was reducing the un-sprung weight in the wheels and combining these changes and upgrades with a new engine map and exhaust system resulted in this becoming one of the best handling performance cars on the market in 2003.This top-class six speed manual example has covered just 69500 miles from new and comes with a comprehensive history from new. The DB7 GT was supplied by Charles Hurst Ltd in Belfast on the 29th April 2003 and PDI inspected at 132 miles. The supplying dealer maintained the car and stamped the service book at 1569, 7432, 15729, 22967, 29571 and 33837 miles. Aston Martin Newport Pagnell then looked after the car with Works services at 41729, 45108 and 49183 miles. The next stamped service was with Aston Martin Bristol at 68521 miles.
Accompanying the original service book and manual is a file of service invoices, old logbooks, spare keys, and old MOT's. There are also recent invoices from specialists William Crawford Ltd for £1,500 of work and prior to marketing the DB7 GT has been with Aston Workshop for a brand-new clutch and related work costing in the region of £3000. The Aston has also been detailed and is in stunning, showroom condition presenting with first class bodywork, paintwork, excellent wheels and retains a beautiful, original interior.
On the road this GT lives up to the hype, it's feels incredibly advanced in comparison to the early DB7's with impressive handling and performance from the V12 engine. The 6-speed manual transmission is rare to see and adds positively to the driving experience. This is a very rare car, just 302 examples of the DB7 GT were built, and only 84 came in RHD format. Finished in Black with Black leather, the car looks stunning and will not disappoint.
Condition & Registration
Registered Ready to drive Vehicle-ID: 248953
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