Aston Martin DB9 V12 One Owner 344 MILES ONLY!!!Petrol, Automatic, Titanium Silver metallic, 344 miles
ON SALE NOWP.O.A.
- Body: Coupe
- Transmission: Automatic
- Mileage: 344
- Fuel Type: Petrol
- Registered: 2007 (57)
- Doors: 2
- Engine Size: 5.9
Replacing the DB7, the DB9 is the first model built at Aston Martin's Gaydon factory. Hand built largely from aluminium, the car was powered by the 5.9 V12 from the Vanquish, producing 450HP and a top speed of 186MPH.
Make no mistake - this car is unique.
Supplied new by Stratstone in Derby the car is finished in super sparkly Titanium Silver metallic with Obsidian black leather with silver stitching.
An unbelievable 344 miles have been covered from new by its one and only owner. The car still wears its original 2008 tax disc and we have just carried out the first MOT to remove the cherished registration number which has been on from new.
Work and family commitments prevented the owner enjoying the car, although it was the second one he had owned so he knew exactly how good they are! It was decided to store the vehicle in a fabulous heated garage at the owners home where it remained until recently. The condition remains perfect with the bodywork, wheels and interior not just nice but as good as new.
Although the car was stored correctly in the heated garage, unfortunately the fuel went stale causing the car to require re commissioning. This was carried out meticulously by Aston Engineering of Derby with the full procedure photographed for the history file. An invoice for £6,600 from Aston Engineering for this work and a service accompany the photos.
With the car is the original invoice for over £120,000 from Stratstone. Supplementary invoices also include another £4,000 for upgrading the wheels, carpet mats, tracker and paint protection. There is the original leather book pack and 3 sets of keys.
This is a very rare opportunity to own an Aston Martin which is unused at a fraction of the new price. In my opinion, the biggest dilemma would be whether to use the car knowing you have the best one of its age out there, or would you store it away again for potential future investment? Who knows what the value would be in another 10 years!
Serious enquires only please.
For a video tour of the car please go to: https://youtu.be/PvoAORUuhFM