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Chiltern Aston Centre Limited

Leyhill Road, Bovingdon, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire


1995 Aston Martin DB7 Coupe (Automatic) For Sale

£49,450 As stated

Price £49,450As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Aston Martin
Model DB7
Year 1995
Mileage 9,000 Miles
Country United Kingdom
Region Hertfordshire
Status Trade
Ref C1245103
A unique opportunity to acquire an Investment Grade, completely original, one owner, six cylinder DB7 with a complete history file and only 9, 000 miles.

Considered by many including Jeremy Clarkson to be the most beautiful car of all time, Ian Callum’s award winning master piece undoubtedly revived Aston Martin and set the tone for the marque’s design for the following 2 decades.

Finished in Aston Martin Chiltern Green Mica Metallic with standard split duo tone Forest and Parchment leather trim, burr walnut veneers, green carpets and Parchment Alcantara headlining.

Released from manufacture 23rd June 1995, this car was fitted with the then only option available; a ten disc Sony CD Autochanger, costing £700. 00 plus VAT. The car was registered and delivered to its one and only owner, on 1st August 1995 on an ‘N’ suffix.

Having been loved and cherished as one of a number of vehicles belonging to its only owner, this car has only covered 9, 074 genuine miles in total.

Despite such sparing use this car still enjoyed a service and fresh MOT each year while in the owner’s collection.

This car is complete with This car is complete with its original over-mats, tool kit, handbooks, user guide, keys and extensive history file including all paperwork from its initial order in 1993 through to purchase invoice in August 1995, including letters relating to the period and colour choices.

The fully stamped service book contains twenty-three stamps, the most recent being December 2017 at 8976 miles. The car’s significant history file includes the corresponding paper invoices for each service, copies of all MOT test certificates since the car’s first in July 1998 and various tax discs, letters and DVLA reminders etc.

A highly collectable and completely pristine car that deserves to be cherished into the future such is its condition and provenance.
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