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Aston Martin  DB7 V12 Vantage - Rolls Royce Balmoral Green

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2001 Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage - Six Speed Manual LHD 

V12 Engine
Six speed manual transmission
Rolls Royce Balmoral Green
Olive Green / Tan Leather interior
Full Connolly leather interior
Passive restraint system with Driver and Passenger airbags
Side impact door beams
Front seat-belt pre-tensioners
Four wheel ventilated disc brakes with anti-lock braking system
Heated rear window
Heated power door mirrors
Power windows with one touch down feature\
Six speaker stereo radio cassette with six disc CD autochanger
Electronically controlled front seats with ajustable lumbar support
Anti-theft alarm system with immobiliser
Remote central locking with remote trunk release
Rack and pinion, power assisted steering
18' Aluminium alloy wheels

Made in the peak of the Ford x Jaguar x Aston Martin era, the DB7 began as the successor to Jaguar’s XJS. When Ford passed on the project due to high development costs, Aston Martin took over and commissioned the up-and-coming Ian Callum to re-design the project with Aston design language. In 1993 the DB7 was presented at the Geneva Motor Show and received an overwhelmingly positive reception. The six-cylinder DB7 filled the entry level gap in the Aston Martin line-up and became its most popular and high selling model.

The more powerful V12 Vantage was introduced at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show and its 5.9-litre engine produced 420hp. The V12 Vantage was offered with either an automatic or manual transmission and our car features the more desirable TREMEC T-56 six-speed option. With a top speed of 186 mph and a 0-60 time of 4.9 the V12 Vantage can still hold with the best of them. Featured in a quintessentially British colour combination and well optioned, this DB7 is a unique and striking vehicle.  
 

 

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Colour Rolls Royce Balmoral Green
Year 2001
Mileage 43,000 miles
Transmission Manual
Engine 5935
£29,950