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Low-mileage Aston heads to Historics

Published 15 February 2016

A low-mileage 1996 Aston Martin DB7 could make up to £55,000 when it goes under the hammer at Historics in March. The 20-year-old car has covered 3300 miles and will be auctioned on Saturday, 12 March, at Brooklands.

Launched at the 1994 Geneva motor show, the DB7 is widely considered to be the car that saved Aston Martin. Finished in Chiltern Green with a Forest hide interior, the car has clearly been cherished by its two previous owners.

It comes with its original warranty card and bill of sale, purchase correspondence and all related brochures and manuals, some remaining in their original packaging. For more information, visit the Historics website.


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