2009 ASTON MARTIN DB9 for sale. Motorcar Classics is proud to present this stunning 2009 Aston Martin DB9 coupe featured in Titanium Silver with Chancellor Red leather interior and mahogany veneers. Factory options include: 700W AM/FM/CD Audio with satellite radio, Sport Exhaust, Adaptive Sport Mode suspension, silver forged six-spoke wheels, front grill and stone guards, perforated seat inserts,
Aston Martin DBS. Iconic sports car, with magical charisma. Just ask Daniel Craig! 6.0 liter V12 engine with 517 hp and 569 Nm. Good for an acceleration of 0 - 100 km/h in 4.3 sec and a top speed of 307 km/h. To bring you to a safe stop again, the car is equipped with ceramic brakes. Very luxuriously equipped with a.o. Bang & Olufsen audio installation. Recently the car has had a major service a
1955 Aston Martin DB2/4 Sports Saloon This 1955 Aston Martin DB2/4 Sports Saloon is an extremely exciting find and a matching numbers example. Silver with grey leather interior. Owned by the same elderly gentleman for the last 32 years and a California car most of its life. An excellent original car that's been sitting for the last 5 years and could use servicing at this point. A wonderful
This very usable Aston Martin DB6 is in original condition, just how it should be. For more detailed information and photographs please visit our website: https://www.classicmobilia.com/showroom/8099907-aston-martin-db6-saloon-coupe/ Contact: email@example.com
—We are pleased to offer you this sublime 1967 Aston Martin DB6 first serie. Automobile for gentleman, this car has known only 4 owners since its delivery new in Switzerland 52 years ago. The first owner kept the car 27 years of which 20 years stored in his garage! This explains the current extremely low mileage of 34,600 Kms of this automobile, it must be the lowest mileage DB6 available
Beautiful Aston Martin DB7 in Buckinghamshire Green Metallic. The interior is in Magnolia leather with green piping. The car was new delivered on 26th September 1995 by Cito Motors Eindhoven NL. Car comes with complete stamped service book. Very complete and original car. Very desirable with the 5-speed manual gearbox.
Beautifully restored to its original specification, this is a superb example of what many consider to be the most iconic of all British grand tourers. Stripped down to its ‘Superleggera’ framework during restoration, the car is now presented in its original metallic Sierra Blue paintwork and black leather upholstery and carpets and is an outstanding demonstration of restorative craftsmanship.
Launched in September 1963 and in production until 1965, a total of 1,059 DB5s were sold, 923 being the 2+2 coupé. Using the all-aluminium, 4.0-litre DOHC ‘straight-six’ engine from the DB4 Vantage and a ZF 5-speed gearbox, the DB5 used the Superleggera (‘super light’) patent of attaching aluminium panels to a structural framework of small-diameter steel tubes. Standard equipment includ