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The 2003 Aston Martin V12 Vanquish has been a classic from day one. Built to take on the best grand touring exotics from around the world, this has the undeniable mix of style and performance that only a true Aston can deliver. So no matter if it's the V12 power, supple leather interior, or jaw-dropping lines - this Vanquish will have you hooked.
The V12 Vanquish was a return to world-class Aston Martin touring cars, and this one does it best. After all, it looks like it's ready to teach a Ferrari a lesson in its sinister Onyx Black. But while the color looks mean, the upper-class aim of Aston Martin is ingrained in the style...literally. Because there's a beautiful finish, and so you are always just a professional buff away from unleashing a starry night sky kind of finish. The odometer is believed to reflect the car's full mileage, and the body really tells the story of low use and high respect. The flared fenders remain crisp. The headlight covers recall some of the best classic racers and remain crystal clear today. The 19-inch factory alloys look like they have never seen a curb. Even with this much appeal, and the popularity that came from being featured in James Bond's Die Another Day, Aston never bowed to mass production. That's why there were less than 1,500 V12 Vanquish coupes produced over a five-year run.
Grand touring comfort means absolute luxury for two people and the right space to carry their luggage. The full black interior with silver accenting is the ideal mix of more understated style and a hand-crafted level of quality. And we especially love the Alcantara seat inserts with hand-stitched diamond pattern. And speaking of the seats, they have been engineered so that you and your passenger can power adjust to the individual ideal balance of performance bolstering and all-day comfort. And of course, like a true Aston, there's a ton of luxury features, including automatic A/C climate control, power windows, keyless entry, power locks, power mirrors, dual airbags, power steering, a premium AM/FM/cassette stereo w/CD changer, cruise control, and heated seats. Of course, when you push the start button, see the gauges dance, and hear the motor roar to life, your senses know this is far more than just a luxury machine.
The 5.9-liter V12 motor is part of Aston Martin's world-class package. The powerhouse is nestled into the sleek body so snugly, that you realize Aston snuck all the power into the engine bay they possibly could. And because this has spent its life so far as a cherished toy, everything under the hood still looks fresh. But don't let this ultra-clean presentation keep you from adding miles to the odometer. After all, this coupe is a true driver's machine. The fuel-injected V12 sings a 460 hp symphony, and you control it through the electronically operated six-speed manual transmission. That means the total control of a true manual, but with the clutch pedal replaced by F1-style paddle shifters on the steering wheel. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll see nothing but flat panels for better aerodynamics - another race-inspired piece that proves how serious a performance machine this is. You'll also be able to spot all the right features, like the fully independent sports suspension, grippy Michelin Pilot Sport tires, and the drilled four-wheel power disc brakes w/ABS.
This is a very well-presented low-mileage rarity in a sophisticated dark package. Don't miss your opportunity, call today!
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