2003 Aston Martin

Vanquish

Special order Rolls Royce Royal Maroon Metallic with Charcoal over Parchment leather interior with Charcoal carpeting, edged Parchment, F1 style six speed automatic, 14,000 miles from new.

Factory options: Seat inserts in Parchment Alcantara, Quilted headlining, Grey brake calipers, body colored door handles and color keyed leather steering wheel, Linn Stereo system.

The power output is from a 6.0 liter, fuel injected, dual overhead camshaft, V-12 engine producing 460 bhp @ 6500 rpm and 420 lb. ft. of torque @ 5000 rpm. Performance is 0-60 mph in 4.3 seconds with a top speed of 190 mph. '

The existing original paddle shift transmission has been upgraded to The Aston Workshop/Gearbox Developments 6-speed automatic, torque converter transmission. This upgrade is not only more efficient with more power to the ground, but it also has far better drivability and ease of maintenance. It also addresses all of the shortcomings of the original, antiquated electronic clutch originally used by the factory. No more ASM or electronic issues that hampered the Vanquish model from new. The interior and all functions/button/paddle remain the same as original.

In addition, this Vanquish has recently received a major service by Autosport Designs, as well as fuel pumps, ignition coil packs and new fuel injectors. Therefore, more than $50,000 in upgrades and service have been carried out within the past year and its last ownership. The result is a superb driving Vanquish in all aspects.

This Vanquishs most recent owner documented and published its acquisition and subsequent cross-country road trip in the Aston Martin Owners Club publication, The Vantage Point.

Previously sold by Autosport Designs, Inc., this Vanquish is now offered only due to the current owner relocation to Scotland and its LHD not being conducive to use in a RHD country.

Complete books, tools, records and original parts accompany the sale.

Video walk-around and road test:https://youtu.be/NL9FohWpsAo

Price: $89,500
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