1999 Aston Martin DB7

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British Racing Green | Coupé | 5 Speed Manual | 3.2 litre Inline Supercharged 6 | 74,854 kms | AU$79,995

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Penned by Ian Callum, the Aston Martin DB7 is a classic front engine, rear wheel drive “sports car for the adventurous” with a 2+2 configuration and design cues taken from its predecessor, the DB6.

Produced in limited numbers from 1994-2000 the development of DB7 was not done in-house, but by TWR (Tom Walkinshaw Racing), the company that produced the fabled Jaguar XJ220 and so many other famous cars.

Featuring a steel monocoque chassis with composite nose cone and bonnet and an all-aluminium twin-cam 24-valve straight-6 with an Eaton supercharger boosting output to 335 horsepower the DB7 was light and came with exceptional handling. It can despatch the 0-100km/h sprint in just 5.8 seconds and was offered with both a 5 Speed manual transmission and a 4 Speed Automatic.

The car offered here is an Australian delivered Aston Martin DB7 I6S sold new by Bib Stillwell Jaguar, Melbourne in 1999.

Ordered in the desirable combination of British Racing Green over Tan leather trim with Green piping and with only 76,000 kilometres this DB7 with the 5 speed manual transmission is in excellent original condition.

Aston Martin offered a raft of options to increase the performance and style of the DB7 and this car was well optioned from factory to extract the most out of what this platform can offer featuring extractors, a performance exhaust, lightweight 18 Inch Speedline Aliseo split rim wheels, two-tone Green and Black leather steering wheel, heated and electric seats, remote central locking and suede head liner.

Available with its original leather book pack and service manual with a receipt book, this car has been exceptionally well maintained since new. The more recent maintenance has been completed by a classic Jaguar specialist based in Sydney and the last service was in August of this year.

The drive is absolutely on the button, the steering feels direct, gear changes are crisp and the acceleration has what seems like an endless torque curve. All whilst sitting inside a comfortable cabin with all the mod cons, this car is a true gentlemans express, ready to drive off the showroom floor.

It’s believed that just 1,578 DB7 were coupes were ever produced and less than half, 529 had the desirable 5 speed manual transmission making this an exceptionally rare car too.

In its 1999 review, Motortrend magazine said “six perfectly balanced cylinders worth of God-Save-The-Queen power, style, craftsmanship, and exclusivity, consider the Aston Martin DB7; an automobile anyone would likely find satisfying for many years to come”.

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