1997 Aston Martin DB7
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Barons - Spring Classic
22nd Apr 2017
1997 Aston Martin DB7
The Aston Martin DB7 is a Grand Tourer which was produced from September 1994 to December 2004. It was available either as a Coupé or a Convertible. The prototype was complete by November 1992, and debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 1993, the car was styled by Ian Callum and Keith Helfet. The six-cylinder DB7 was positioned as an "entry-level" model below the hand-built V8 Virage introduced a few years earlier. This model was the highest production Aston Martin vehicle ever, with more than 7,000 built before it was replaced by the DB9. This 1997 Aston Martin DB7 is said to be in good condition, It starts and drives well, and the gearbox works as it should. The Service Book shows 16 stamps, 4 at Stratstones Aston Martin, Grays Inn Road London,10 at HWM Aston Martin, Walton On Thames and 2 at Runnymeade Motor company (Aston Martin specialist). The last service August 2007, since that time the car has been serviced by its last owner (he purchased the vehicle 25th August 2007). MOT till December 2017, only advisory was slight corrosion on rear suspension. Comes with Book Pack including service history, 2 keys and fobs. All in all, it is said, a very good example of this model. Note: This description is provided by the vendor and unless otherwise stated is 'Not Verified' by Barons or any person employed by Barons. Prospective purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any statements made, whether they be statements of fact or opinion.
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