The Aston Martin DB7 is a Grand Tourer which was produced from September 1994 to December 2004. The Grand Tourer 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 very desirable DB7 Volante, has had very little use in the last five years, and spent its time in the garage. It has been used only on "High Days and Holidays" and kept in the family until the vendors daughter got married. It is in very good condition and comes with a substantial History File and is Taxed and Serviced. The car benefits from a CD player, aircon, spare wheel, original tools, and a radio. The Hood cover and a car cover also come with this car.
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