LHD - Superb Example
EUR 79,791JPY 10,023,285BGN 156,054CZK 2,084,527DKK 593,498GBP 71,000HUF 28,515,536PLN 361,627RON 388,883SEK 808,940CHF 85,998ISK 12,543,070NOK 823,678HRK 603,496RUB 7,108,138TRY 719,000AUD 125,000BRL 513,771CAD 122,710CNY 624,696HKD 748,467IDR 1,356,764,385ILS 314,159INR 7,050,929KRW 106,410,233MXN 1,896,772MYR 390,567NZD 135,365PHP 4,637,585SGD 128,096THB 2,897,593ZAR 1,445,014
Offered for: GBP 71,000
This car is in auction on The Market website. The auction is LIVE now and finishes on 21st January. Price is a lower estimate.
All bidding takes place on The Market (see photos for web address), plus you will find further text, over 90 photos/video fully illustrating the car and its service history, and the ability to ask questions directly to the seller. The text below is just a brief summary of our full description.
This is a 200mph+ car that would have cost the best part of £200,000 in 2006. So, that’s about £1000 for every 1mph it could comfortably tuck under its belt.
It is in very good condition all round - even for its low mileage, let alone its age. This may well reflect the fact that for most of its life it’s been in the expert ownership of an Aston Martin specialist.
As befits a car of this class and breeding, it’s been seen in all the best places – Florida, Cap d’Antibes, Stockholm.
It’s been back in the land of its birth for a couple of years now, and has once again had the good fortune to pass into the ownership of someone who knows what they’re doing – a classic car collector, dealer and specialist with plenty of Vanquish S experience and who knows a good ‘un when he sees one. He is the vendor.
This is an authentic, well looked-after vehicle that appears to have all the right money spent on it, in the right amounts, as and when needed.
It starts, goes, handles and stops exactly as it should. Which is to say, phenomenally. We can vouch for the fact that its uniquely distinctive ‘bark’ has made more than one person in the Abingdon area dive head-first into a hedge when they heard it coming.
It’s a very special thing.
The original Jet Black paintwork is shiny and has an impressive depth of lustre to it.
There is no rust visible on the exterior bodywork. Which is not altogether surprising when you consider that this car’s construction is largely aluminium and carbon-fibre. There isn’t enough ferrous material to make it worth the trip for any rust worthy of the name.
The panels are smooth and the shut lines are crisp and even in that uniquely ‘hand-built’ way.
The wheels are untroubled by anything other than the most minor of nicks or scratches, and the matching Michelin Pilot Sport tyres have plenty of life left in them.
The chrome work is all good, too. Particularly the splendid petrol cap cover – which is the size of a dinner plate and looks like you’d need both hands to unscrew it. The lights and lenses are clear.
There any no dinks, scuffs, creases, ripples, bumps, lumps, cracks, holes, folds, indentations or other unsightly blemishes of note.
There are a few tiny stone chips to the valances and below the sills, but it doesn’t amount to more than the lowest level of road rash.
There is some light scratching to, and just in front of, the o/s wing mirror.
For much more description and photos see The Market website.
The vehicle can be viewed with us in Abingdon, South Oxfordshire.
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6 Station Yard, Abingdon
OX13 6RX Oxfordshire
+44 1865 521088
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