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  • RefCode: TA1115191
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: DB7
  • Derivative: Vantage
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,002
  • Mileage (Miles): 40,200
  • Mileage (KM): 64,695
  • Colour: Grey
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

This excellent 2002 DB7 Vantage is presented in Grigio Titanio metallic paint with Tan and Navy Blue interior finished with Elm veneer trims. The car has covered 40,200 miles from new and has had just 2 keepers from new. The car has an excellent service history completed by Aston Martin main dealers and recognised specialists. Inspected, prepared and approved by our in house Heritage technicians, we can confirm the excellent condition of this DB7 Vantage in every aspect and the car also benefits from the replacement of all 12 spark plugs and coils, completed in 2018. With low mileage, good quality DB7s becoming increasingly difficult to source, we recommend an early viewing to avoid disappointment. The car is available for viewing and demonstration at our showrooms.

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  • RefCode: TA1173584
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: DB7
  • Derivative: Vantage Volante
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 2,002
  • Mileage (Miles): 17,600
  • Mileage (KM): 28,324
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

The Volante or soft top version of the DB7 was planned from the beginning and the development of a dedicated convertible design began once the form of the coupe had been established. But the two cars were treated as separate entities with no thought of compromise. 'We actually clay modelled the raised roof' recalled Ian Callum in a recent interview, 'and I worked closely with the trimmers at Aston Martin to learn the constraints coming from the hood material and the folding mechanism, and to ensure that the hood had the correct form. The skills of the trimmers ensured that the silhouette of the raised roof reflects the purity and elegance that characterised the rest of the car.' The end result is a car that, from the edge of the doors forward, the Volante is virtually identical to the coupe. However the rear panels are redesigned to produce a shape with a longer boot lid and stowage space for the hood, though this was not designed to fold out of sight. What was out of sight was the extra stiffeningand the strengthening of the screen surrounds which delivered some degree of roll over protection. To satisfy US type approval, a larger rear bumper was fitted pushing the overall length up by 3 inches. The tailored hood was operated by electric controls and the overall weight of the car raised a total of 150 kilograms. So in spite of the otherwise unchanged specification (no rear anti roll bar) slower acceleration and lower top speeds resulted. The construction of the DB7 was a departure from established Aston Martin practice. Rather than the traditional hand-made aluminium skin attached to a steel platform, the new car had a steel semi-monocoque body shell with steel panels together with composite bonnet, sills and boot lid. The bodies were made in Coventry and then sent to Rolls Royce in Crewe for painting and finally to the new facility at Bloxham where engines, running gear and interior trims were fitted. The installation of a new paint plant at Bloxham in 2000 shortened that productionprocess and put Aston Martin in closer control. At the 1999 Geneva Motor Show Aston Martin launched a new version - the DB7 Vantage. The new car had a 48 valve, all alloy 60 degree 6.0 litre V12 that had been developed by Cosworth and forged in their foundry. It incorporated the latest Formula 1 technology and had a Visteon engine management system capable of processing 1.6 million commands per second. The car, like the original DB7, had been subjected to a rigorous test programme - not for Aston Martin of the '90's was there to be discoveries about high speed engine problems as they had experienced in the 1960's with the DB4. The DB7 Vantage had a high speed durability test running for 48 hours continuously at 165 mph in hot mid-summer in Southern Europe. The new engine produced a massive 420 b.h.p. and a performance potential of over 180 mph and there had to be other areas of development in the car. The Brembo brakes, run through a Teves four channel anti-lock braking system, half ventilated,cross drilled front discs of 14' diameter. Special 15 inch alloy wheels were specially developed with 9 inch rims at the rear and 8 inch rims for the front wheels. Added to that were an advanced traction control system and revised suspension. New upper and lower wishbones linked a new vertical link at the front while at the rear, there was an additional transverse link incorporated. The modifications were completed by Bilstein shock absorbers and uprated springs. To accommodate the V12 engine and the associated 6 speed manual or 5 speed automatic gearbox, the underside of the car had to be redesigned. This involved an enlarged transmission tunnel and new front end structure with increased strength and torsional rigidity built into the revised structure. New cooling requirements meant wider radiator openings and justified the new bright metal grille while new bumpers and integrated sill design blended in the other subtle external differences. Inside the car was standard Aston Martin luxury withConnolly hide, Kenwood car stereo and the introduction of a large red starter button mounted in the centre console. At missile control, that red starter button would have a large, lockable lever preventing accidental use, such is the power it unleashes. Press the button and almost primeval forces are set free, the initial thunder of the engine settling back into a barely perceptible burble. Engage gear, brace your neck and accelerate - power, beauty and soul. Summary; A real driver's car with its 6 speed manual gearbox and V12 6 litre engine, this beautifully presented Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Volante is the ultimate 'wind in the hair' choice for an Aston enthusiast. There can be few cars on the market today with a comparable service and ownership history making the choice of an Aston purchase very simple. Vehicle History; This car was bought by its original owner at a time when it was price advantageous to buy in Europe and personally import a car. That is exactly what happened with this car,purchased originally by a Mr Parkhouse at a Dutch main dealer and then brought back to the UK. Maintained immaculately by Mr Parkhouse, the car was sold in late 2003 after a full appraisal conducted by Aston Martin Works Service through the services of our brokerage to a Mr Beale who continued to maintain the car to the highest standards with Works Service meaning that the car was presented in outstanding order with a full Aston Martin Service History when offered by our brokerage once more. It was acquired by the current owner following his own inspection through Aston Martin Works Service. A real Aston Martin enthusiast, he acquired the car having recently had such a good restoration on his DB6 that he wanted to have an Aston he could use more regularly. Even his more regular use of the car has amounted to only around 6,000 miles in six years of ownership and, of course, as an Aston enthusiast, he has maintained the servicing of the car immaculately.

CALL 01737 244567
  • RefCode: TA1175457
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: DB7
  • Derivative: Vantage
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,002
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Coupe; 2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage finished in Stronsay Silver with contrasting Navy blue and pale grey hide interior with Walnut cappings and a pale grey Alcantara headlining. This motor car was featured with three other Astons in a 19 page article in 'Vantage Magazine' in the spring of 2015, a copy of which is with this car. At the time of the article it had covered 69,000 miles and today the mileage is only 72,000. It comes with one of the most methodically kept service histories you could wish to see, recording the complete expenditure over a long period. It is in fabulous condition throughout and has a comprehensive specification which includes automatic transmission, climate control and most other available options. Very realistically priced at 28,950

CALL 01753 644599
  • RefCode: TA1173585
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: DB7
  • Derivative: Vantage Volante
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 2,002
  • Mileage (Miles): 42,841
  • Mileage (KM): 68,945
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

The Volante or soft top version of the DB7 was planned from the beginning and the development of a dedicated convertible design began once the form of the coupe had been established. But the two cars were treated as separate entities with no thought of compromise. 'We actually clay modelled the raised roof' recalled Ian Callum in a recent interview, 'and I worked closely with the trimmers at Aston Martin to learn the constraints coming from the hood material and the folding mechanism, and to ensure that the hood had the correct form. The skills of the trimmers ensured that the silhouette of the raised roof reflects the purity and elegance that characterised the rest of the car.'; The end result is a car that, from the edge of the doors forward, the Volante is virtually identical to the coupe. However, the rear panels are redesigned to produce a shape with a longer boot lid and stowage space for the hood, though this was not designed to fold out of sight. What was out of sight was the extrastiffening and the strengthening of the screen surrounds which delivered some degree of roll over protection. To satisfy US type approval, a larger rear bumper was fitted pushing the overall length up by 3 inches. The tailored hood was operated by electric controls and the overall weight of the car raised a total of 150 kilograms. So, in spite of the otherwise unchanged specification (no rear anti roll bar) slower acceleration and lower top speeds resulted. The construction of the DB7 was a departure from established Aston Martin practice. Rather than the traditional hand-made aluminium skin attached to a steel platform, the new car had a steel semi-monocoque body shell with steel panels together with composite bonnet, sills and boot lid. The bodies were made in Coventry and then sent to Rolls Royce in Crewe for painting and finally to the new facility at Bloxham where engines, running gear and interior trims were fitted. The installation of a new paint plant at Bloxham in 2000 shortened thatproduction process and put Aston Martin in closer control. At the 1999 Geneva Motor Show Aston Martin launched a new version - the DB7 Vantage. The new car had a 48 valve, all alloy 60-degree 6.0 litre V12 that had been developed by Cosworth and forged in their foundry. It incorporated the latest Formula 1 technology and had a Visteon engine management system capable of processing 1.6 million commands per second. The car, like the original DB7, had been subjected to a rigorous test programme - not for Aston Martin of the '90's was there to be discoveries about high speed engine problems as they had experienced in the 1960's with the DB4. The DB7 Vantage had a high-speed durability test running for 48 hours continuously at 165 mph in hot mid-summer in Southern Europe. The new engine produced a massive 420 b.h.p. and a performance potential of over 180 mph and there had to be other areas of development in the car. The Brembo brakes, run through a Teves four channel anti-lock braking system, halfventilated, cross drilled front discs of 14' diameter. Special 15-inch alloy wheels were specially developed with 9-inch rims at the rear and 8-inch rims for the front wheels. Added to that were an advanced traction control system and revised suspension. New upper and lower wishbones linked a new vertical link at the front while at the rear, there was an additional transverse link incorporated. The modifications were completed by Bilstein shock absorbers and uprated springs. To accommodate the V12 engine and the associated 6 speed manual or 5 speed automatic gearbox, the underside of the car had to be redesigned. This involved an enlarged transmission tunnel and new front-end structure with increased strength and torsional rigidity built into the revised structure. New cooling requirements meant wider radiator openings and justified the new bright metal grille while new bumpers and integrated sill design blended in the other subtle external differences. Inside the car was standard Aston Martinluxury with Connolly hide and the introduction of a large red starter button mounted in the centre console. At missile control, that red starter button would have a large, lockable lever preventing accidental use, such is the power it unleashes. Press the button and almost primeval forces are set free, the initial thunder of the engine settling back into a barely perceptible burble. Engage gear, brace your neck and accelerate - power, beauty and soul. Summary:; With performance to spare, wonderful good looks, an original left-hand drive and a great ownership history, this will be a fantastic car for Continental touring or perhaps keeping at your Mediterranean hideaway for sunny Summer days. Byron International can organise UK registration details if required, but, even outside the EU, Monaco has reciprocal arrangements with EU registration authorities and transfer to your local licencing authority will be simple. A great time to buy and then plenty of time to enjoy this modern classic. VehicleHistory; This lovely car is a 2001 model registered BZ 688 ZA to its first owner in Bologna, Italy 0n 27th February 2002. The only records of this ownership come in the form of the new car warranty document and the service stamps which note a service on 5th November 2002 at an odometer reading of 7,500. One point of note comes from the Aston Martin build sheet indicating that the car was originally Pendle Black and allocated for the Swiss market. It must have failed to meet the colour demands of Aston Martin Bolgna's customer as the colour was changed to Silver - while the engine bay retains its original colour. The car then finds its second and current owner through the services of British Motors in Monaco - in fact the owner divides his time between Monaco and Madrid and the car remains under its Mongasque registration. The owner has been described by his family as an avid sports car enthusiast, having always owned a sports car or two at any given time since his 20's. The cars were mostly usedlocally for commuting and never for road trips. He has owned numerous Ferraris, Corvettes, Lamborghinis, Mercedes SL's in addition to three Astons. asked which car was his favourite and without hesitation he says the Aston. He also enjoyed the process of buying them priding himself in his deal making prowess, and was able to trade up over the years to better and better cars. During the 1980's the owner was President of Philip Morris Spain, who were major sponsor of Grand Prix cars and drivers with the Marlboro brand. He attended, even hosted, many of the pre-race dinners with the drivers and rubbed elbows with all of them. James Hunt, Emerson Fittipaldi, Niki Lauda to name a fewand his children remember attending races with him in Watkins Glen, Monaco and Jarama. So service records from both Monaco and Spain are understandable and complete the picture of a low mileage example of one of Aston Martin's acknowledged modern classics that has been owned by a discerning and enthusiastic driver.

CALL 01737 244567
  • RefCode: TA1139649
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: DB7
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,002
  • Mileage (Miles): 35,000
  • Mileage (KM): 56,327
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic

In 1999, the more powerful DB7 V12 Vantage was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. Its 5.9-litre, 48-valve, V12 engine produced 420 bhp (313 kW; 426 PS) and 400 lb · ft (540 N · m) of torque. It has a compression ratio of 10.3:1. Transmissions were available with either a TREMEC T-56 six-speed manual or a ZF 5HP30 five-speed automatic gearbox. Aston Martin claimed it had a top speed of either 186 mph (299 km/h) and would accelerate from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 4.9 seconds.[2] It is 4,692 mm long, 1,830 mm (72.0 in) wide, 1,243 mm (48.9 in) high, with a weight of 1,800 kg (3,968.3 lb). This particular 2002 Vantage Volante is finished in Metallic Solent Silver with contrasting Parchment and Pacific Blue Leather with Dark Blue Soft top and tonneau cover. Having covered only 35000 miles with three previous owners and full Aston Martin main dealer/specialist service history, containing fourteen service stamps. MOT's and tax discs, 2 x keys. Part exchange welcome. Competitive finance available. PleasecallFraser on 07880 554460 or 01279 813907 for more information. **viewing by appointment only**

CALL +44 (0)1279 647776
  • RefCode: TA1163941
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: VANQUISH
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,002
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual

2002 ASTON MARTIN VANQUISH

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