2004 Aston Martin Vanquish V12
Only 14,000 miles from new
Full service history
Attractive specification with lots of options
Launched at the Geneva Motorshow in 2001 the Aston Martin Vanquish V12 is a superb grand tourer that was made famous in the James Bond film Die Another Day. Designed by Ian Callum the model features a strong aluminium composite chassis, drive by wire throttle and 6 speed sport-shift transmission. Power comes from a 6 litre V12 producing 460 BHP.
This Vanquish V12 is finished Stronsay Silver Metallic with Charcoal & light grey hide.
Specification includes, Climate Control, Electrically adjustable heated seats, Linn Audio Upgrade, Quilted Headlining, Power-fold exterior Mirrors, Tracker System. Importantly this vehicle has a full service history and the sub-frames have been cleaned and checked on a regular basis.
With only 14k miles from new this Vanquish V12 has to be one of the best condition examples available on the market today. Available for immediate inspection at The Classic Motor Hub
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