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2003 ASTON MARTIN DB7 GTA Ultra Rare For Sale by Auction

Our auction, Classic Car Auctions, The Winter Sale will take place on will take place on Saturday 11th December 2021 at Stoneleigh Park, (CV8 2LZ), with bidding available in person, online, by phone or via commission. Please see our website for further details.

One of only 60, UK-supplied, GTAs ever made, possibly the rarest of all DB7s

2003 Aston Martin DB7 GTA
Estimate: £18, 000 - £22, 000

+ buyers premium of 13. 2% (including VAT at 20%)

Only 112 GTAs were built, 60 of which were for the UK market
Distinctive mesh grille, bonnet vents, subtle rear spoiler, carbon fibre trim and bespoke GTA alloys
Electric sports seats, aluminium air-con switches and Touchtronic ZF transmission
Finished in Bowland Black with Charcoal leather and Black Oak veneers.
45, 800 miles from new, the car has been improved and maintained for over 11 years by its 75-year-old technician owner
Improved and maintained for over 11 years by its 75-year-old technician owner
Prior to this, it was serviced regularly up to 39, 000 miles as shown in the original service book
Recent coil packs, gearbox filter and sump gasket. Good history file with 16 old MOTs
Very competitively guided to reflect previously declared 'Cat C Insurance Loss'

We will have viewing days at Stoneleigh Park, Hall 1 (CV8 2LZ) on Wednesday 8th (12pm - 5pm), Thursday 9th (9am - 5pm) and Friday 10th of December (9am - 5pm), as well as the morning of the sale on Saturday 11th December from 9am.

Our sale is taking place on Saturday 11th December at Hall 1, Stoneleigh Park (CV8 2LG).

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