2006 Aston Martin DB9
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Historics - Brooklands Museum 1st June 2013 Sale
1st Jun 2013
2006 Aston Martin DB9
Designed by Ian Callum and Henrik Fisker, the Aston Martin DB9 was first revealed to the motoring press and public at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2003. The DB9 was the first Aston to be built at the Gaydon facility in Warwickshire and, due to its performance, looks and heritage, is now widely regarded as a classic in its own right. We are delighted to offer this 2006 model presented with the unique combination of Grigio Alloy Ferrari (appears light blue) coachwork with Capsian blue and Sandstone leather interior trim. In addition to this stunning colour blend the standard specifications include the dynamic stability control, 19 inch alloy wheels, tyre pressure monitoring system, climate control and HID headlights amongst many others. Added to these are the desirable extras such as the heated front seats with electric lumbar support, Linn 260 watt audio system with a Limbik 5.1 integrated telephone (GSM), bluetooth, satellite navigation and, for peace of mind, a tracker system. The vendor states that the DB9 turns heads wherever it goes and we are advised that it will arrive having had a fresh service. Sensibly estimated, this Aston Martin represents an ideal opportunity to own one of the UK's premier marques. * Please note that the private registration plate shown is not sold with the car and an age related plate will be issued shortly.
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