THE ex HRH PRINCE ANDREW, Duke of York - and Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York
- seen here with Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice -
1996 Aston Martin DB7 Volante
See our website : http://www.charlesleith.com/cars-for-sale/1996-aston-martin-db7-volante-ex-hrh-prince-andrew-duke-of-york-and-sarah-ferguson-duchess-of-york
72,300 miles recorded
Registration no. N904 LBM
Chassis no. SCFAA3117VK201076
Manual 5-speed 3.2 litre, 24 valve, Eaton supercharged, 335bhp
Sports exhaust for a little extra audible pleasure, but still civilised and not noisy. See photo
MOT to 31 May 2019
Undersealed - see photos. Spotless engine, no leaks.
Excellent set of tyres
British Racing Green with recently refurbished magnolia leather interior.
ROYAL FAMILY HISTORY
It is understood that HRH Prince Andrew drove this car for the first year or so of its life, the 7500 service being carried out at Aston Martin Works Service in Newport Pagnell on the company’s account.
The main photo shows HRH Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson Duchess of York accompanied by their two young children Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, who are seen sitting in the back
The next owner was a Mr Sandal who continued to service this car at Aston Martin Works Service in Newport Pagnell until 2004.
13 invoices from Chiltern Aston to 65850 miles and one recent service
The preceding owner to the present owner purchased this car on 17th September 2004 and covered about 3500 miles in Summer months, keeping this car in winter months in a dehumidified air bubble from October to March each year.
Owned by our vendor from 6th December 2010 to date, this car has travelled approximately 3900 miles since.
Previous MOT mileages
72,230 miles at 15/12/16 – (present owner)
68,129 miles at 31/3/10 – (previous owner just before selling to the present owner)
67,077 miles at 23/9/08 – (previous owner)
Battery isolator fitted
Faults:- Two door modules required to synchronise the otherwise functioning power hood. The hood operates manually at present, hence our reduced price. Air conditioning also needs servicing
There are no any price changes yet
Chassis # DB4/C/1061/R Engine # 370/948 Now finished in Silver Sand with Burgundy leather trim, this fantastic example we are proud to offer has undergone a comprehensive body-off restoration undertaken by Bodylines and Spraytec, whilst also having a variety of upgrades sympathetically incorporated such as increasing the engine capacity to 4.0 litres, converting the cylinder head to accept unlead
Rolls Royce Balmoral Green, Having only covered 14,000 miles from new and this car is in immaculate condition. Benefitting from the upgraded V580X engine, 48mm Weber carburettors and enhanced wheels bodywork, this ‘X-Pack’ is a very proper motor car.The model is further enhanced with a Nardi steering wheel, the original Blaupunkt radio, a sports exhaust, original tool kit, warning triangle an
Silver Birch, Originally belonging to author Len Deighton, this particular DB6 is one of only 38 built. This is one of the 21 cars which had automatic transmission from new, but has now been converted to the more desirable 5 speed ZF manual gearbox format, Service History, 4 seats, Previously finished in light dubonnet metallic with black hide interior and a black power hood, it has since been res
This DB2/4 was supplied new by Messrs Grosvenor Garage to a Mr Edward Holbrook Franks, and registered UNF 444. Within the history folder of the car is an old-style continuation log book issued in 1971. This indicates a further four owners, two of which were garages, before being acquired by Peter Hepworth, of Hepworth Pistons, towards the end of the seventies. He commissioned a restoration by rec
For many years, the Aston Martin Series III V8 with the S spec engine has been the car to covet and it remains so. Like many Aston Martin V8 Saloons, this car has had a number of owners and we are indebted to the current owner for his research and therefore being able to identify those changes of keeper. The astonishing fact is that the simple record of “12 previous keepers” shrinks when you
The Works Team Aston Martin car known as “LM3” belongs to a highly select group of just seven bespoke motorcars made by the best craftsmen at Aston Martin between 1928 and 1931 to compete in international races including Le Mans, where the chassis number designation derived from, as part of the Aston Martin Works Team. The Company director A.C. “Bert” Bertelli raced LM3 himself. He was
The ex-John Miles / Jackie Oliver 1967 Lotus 47 GT - 04/78 For Sale - signed by Jackie Oliver on the roof See this car performing on Goodwood House hill https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OjgpuqjMzc Lotus Components Team car raced to class victory in the BOAC 500 at Brands in July 1967 1600cc Lotus Twin-Cam engine producing 180bhp. Car weight: 650kg See this car on our website http:/
1963 Lotus 23B Built with original or new parts to exact specification Fresh FIA papers applied for See this car on our website http://www.charlesleith.com/cars-for-sale/1963-lotus-23b Owned 30 years. ZERO MILES Twin Cam FIA 1594cc MkXIII Cosworth by ex-BRM Paul Fisher. Circa 180bhp. Peter Denty Racing chassis. Modified cross member tubing upswept to ease driver access
Charles Leith Ltd