Aston Martin 1969-2006: 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Aston Martin 1969-2006 market review

Australia’s Aston-Martin population has grown dramatically since the arrival in our market of the DB7 and subsequent models.

Availability keeps prices steady and ensures that plenty of locally-sold and recently-imported Astons are available at prices beginning below $70,000.

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Older Astons and especially DB-prefix cars have been pushed beyond the reach of ‘enthusiast’ buyers and even the once-accessible DB6 will typically cost more than $600,000.

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Those in the market for a 1970s V8 are better served, with the AM V8 down a little on last year but long-term growth virtually assured. The six-cylinder DBS has less of a following than the V8 but is also $50,000 cheaper.

V8/AM V8 $171,975 [6] 

DB7 Coupe $72,055 [6]

DB7 Volante Conv. $85,140 [7] 

DB9 Coupe $110,790 [11]

Vantage V12 1997-01 $83,565 [7] 

Vanquish V12 $91,670 [11]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.


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