DB7 V12 Volante Convertible with 14K original miles
V12 double overhead cam (DOHC) 48V
West Coast Classics are proud to present an exceptional and rare and collectible example of this 2003 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage V12 Convertible with a low original 14K miles in a gorgeous and very desirable color combination with a power soft top, factory alloy wheels and beautiful doeskin leather seats in a highly striking matching two-tone 'Green & Parchment' leather interior and and matching Green tonneau cover!
This particular car must be seen to be truly appreciated! A real head-turner in this unbeatable color combination! No signs of any accident damage, obviously owned by only very careful and mature driver's since new - never abused, babied all the way with a clean CARFAX report!
The original factory color paint is in stunning condition as are the original leather seats interior which are also in as outstanding condition with virtually no signs of any wear, there are no imperfections in the matching dashboard or the walnut veneer and the two-tone door panels and the carpets are also in outstanding condition. The power soft top and the factory headliner are also is in exceptional condition with no signs of any wear.
The car is one of only 7,000 DB7 models built in total over a nearly ten year period (1994-2003) and which when new cost over $150,000, and one of the much rarer and desirable V12 Vantage models built from 1999-2003. The DB7 was originally powered by a 3.2L supercharged straight inline six cylinder engine producing 335 bhp and engineered by the legendary Tom Walkinshaw Racing team on behalf of Aston-Martin, it was a worthy successor to the Jaguar XJ-220 which was built at the same factory in Bloxham, Oxfordshire, England where every DB7 would be built during it's production run.
In 1999, the more powerful DB7 V12 Vantage was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. Its 5.9-litre, 48-valve, Aston Martin V12 engine has a power output of 420 hp and 400 lbft of torque. It has a compression ratio of 10.3:1. Two transmission choices were available, those being a TREMEC T-56 six-speed manual or a ZF 5HP30 five-speed automatic. Aston Martin claimed the car had a top speed of either 186 mph with the manual gearbox or 165 mph with the automatic gearbox, and could accelerate from 060 mph in 4.9 seconds.
You will certainly look long and hard to find a finer example of this extraordinarily low mileage and rare highly desirable and classic color combination Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage Convertible available anywhere else.