Aston Martin DB7 GT
Aston Martin DB7 GT
Technical Specification

Mark & Model Aston Martin DB7 GT
Year 2003
Registration plate Jersey Registered
Chassis Number SCFAD12333K3014150
Engine Number AM2A / 00218
Engine Capacity 5935 cc
Transmissions 6-speed manual
Mileage 48,750
Body style 2-door coupe
Interior color Charcoal
Exterior color Silver Birch
Seating capacity 2+2
Wheels and Tyres Factory alloys
Asking Price £ 45,000
The Aston Martin DB7 made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1993. At the time, Aston Martin was owned by Ford, who also owned Jaguar Cars and the car was largely made with resources from Jaguar. Positioned as a luxury grand tourer, and available either as a coupé or a convertible, the DB7's platform is an evolution of the Jaguar XJS and initially carried a six-cylinder motor based on the Jaguar AJ6 engine. The model was the produced for 10 years until December 2004, with more than 7,000 built before it was replaced by the DB9. In 1999, the DB7 Vantage was made available with a more powerful 6-litre, V12 engine. This was soon followed – in 2002 - by the GT and GTA variants. The GT was an uprated and improved version of the Vantage, with power boosted to a claimed 435 bhp and substantially updated suspension. Production of the GT was limited to just 190 vehicles worldwide and it was the most highly specified incarnation of the DB7. This DB7 GT was first registered new in the UK in May 2003, where it remained until purchase by a Jersey resident in 2014. To date, it has covered less than 48,750 miles and has been scrupulously serviced and maintained – whilst in the UK at Aston’s own Newport Pagnell works and subsequently, by the local, Jersey AM agent. The mileage is verified by the comprehensive documented service record.
This is a rare and desirable, top-of-the-range Aston Martin which has been very well cared for by its previous owners – evidenced by a comprehensive service history. It wants for nothing and is ready for a new owner to enjoy the full V12 grand tourer experience. The car is currently Jersey registered and we can assist / advise with shipping and importing processes if required, but any import duties and transport costs would be additional to the price listed.
The original Silver Birch paintwork is in excellent, blemish-free condition, having been very well cared for. The alloy wheels too, are in a first-rate, unmarked state. The underside of the car is also in very good shape, having received recent attention to remove and refinish any surface corrosion found.
The luxurious leather interior, fitted carpets and wood trim are all in very good condition, showing little sign of use, again demonstrating how well the car has been looked after.
As might be expected with annual servicing taking place every year since first registered, this car is in excellent mechanical condition. Throughout the car’s history, anything that has needed attention has been seen to. Everything works correctly and the vehicle drives exactly as a high-performance sports-touring car should. The most recent attention has seen 4 new performance tyres fitted this year.
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