Aston Martin has previously used the "Vantage" name on high-performance variants of their existing GT models, notably on the Virage-based car of the 1990s. The modern car, in contrast, was the leanest and most agile car in Aston's line up. As such, it is intended as a more focused model to reach out to potential buyers of cars such as the Porsche 911 as well as the exotic sports and GT cars with which Aston Martins traditionally compete. Production of the V8 Vantage ended in 2017 with production of the V12 Vantage continuing in 2018.
This 2006 Aston Martin V8 Vantage is described by the vendor as a superb example with great service history. It has 6 stamps from Stratstones then 4 from renowned specialist Nicolas Mee & Co, last done at 79,015 miles. The car also benefits from a new set of Bridgestone tyres recently fitted at the last MOT, and has only covered 195 miles since then and has been kept in a heated garage.
The vendor states that the condition is impeccable and the car drives as it should. The car is supplied with the service book/handbook, printout of all old MoTs, two sets of keys, unmarked alloy wheels, sat nav, air-conditioning, electric seats, and has just had a new battery fitted.
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