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2002 Aston Martin Vanquish V12

Only 10,000 km 


Most iconic modern Aston Martin with James Bond 007 DNA


Excellent investment


The Vanquish first appeared at the International Motor Show in Geneva in 2001. It was the last Aston to be built by hand at the Newport Pagnell factory. With dynamic, muscular styling, the model was designed by Ian Callum, who was also responsible for the DB7. The aluminium and carbon fibre chassis provided rigidity, strength and a high level of safety. The V12 6-litre engine propelled the car from 0 to 100 km in 5 seconds, with a top speed of 306 km/h.
The example we are delighted to present belongs to the son of the DB2 Vantage owner ! Like father, like son ! He bought the car from the first Swiss owner two years ago. Delivered new by the Garage Keller in Geneva, it is presented today in outstanding condition, having covered just 10,000 km from new ! All the extras that came with the car when new are still there: the Aston Martin Vanquish notebook, pen, torch and pocket knife. The aluminium folder containing the service book and owner's manual, the battery charger and complete first aid kit are all stored in the boot. The interior is superb, with black leather and beige alcantara-upholstered seats. A test-drive demonstrated that the car is in excellent running order. This is a hugely powerful car, the last true Aston to be built by hand, and one of only 1492 examples produced. It is a model set to become very collectable in the future, and is still very affordable today. 



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