Launched in 1993, the DB7 became the backbone of Aston Martin. Its international attraction has meant that it became the most successful Aston Martin model of all time – exceeding the combined production of the classic DB4, DB5 and DB6. Of the 20,000 cars produced in Aston Martin’s history more than 7,000 are DB7’s – proving how important a car it was in providing continued growth to the company.
The DB7 received many subtle but effective changes over its 10 year life to complement the elegant, yet classic body design which, since 1993 has epitomised the pedigree, heritage and tradition of Aston Martin.
Chiltern Green Metallic paintwork, Two-tone Charcoal and Parchment leather upholstery, Electric folding soft-top in black, 6-Speed manual gearbox, BBR-GTI engine power upgrade to 547hp, Sports exhaust with big bore tailpipes, DB7 GT alloy wheels, Red brake calipers, Wire mesh front grilles, Heated and electrically-adjustable front seats, Electric folding door mirrors, Fire extinguisher, MPH speedometer, Engine start button, Soft-top cover in Parchment leather, Removable wind deflector, Aston Martin carpet mats, Analogue dash clock, Lockable centre console storage, Spare key.
This special V12 Volante presents immaculately in Aston’s quintessential Chiltern Green Metallic, the car having driven only 20k miles in the hands of just two keepers from new. The paintwork retains a lustrous sheen throughout and is free from any unsightly marks or scratches. The electric folding hood is also pristine and can be neatly stowed beneath the Parchment leather tonneaux cover when lowered. At the front end of the DB7 there’s hardly a stone chip in sight, with both headlamp covers still perfectly clear. The factory spec’d wire mesh front grilles give a more modern feel whilst also bringing the car’s aesthetic more inline with that of the Vantage GT. Better still, this particular Volante is also equipped with the GT-specific five-spoke alloy wheels.