2003 Aston Martin Vanquish V12
5.9L V12 Engine
6-speed auto/manual transmission with paddle shifter
This beautiful example of English engineering is a two owner car, well maintained and in excellent condition. It has spent much of its life in Florida as many people in Canada tend to do. Was driven back and forth a few times from Toronto to Florida, which explains the higher mileage.
Service records show it has been well maintained over the years and the condition of the vehicle speaks for itself. Wheels are absolutely flawless; paint has a few minor stone chips in the front but is otherwise in very nice condition. The start button has been replaced at some time but functions as it should and doesn't look out of place in the centre console. The interior is clean and there are no rips or excessive wear on the seats. This is a 4 seater or 2+2 model. A/C blows cold, brakes have plenty of life left in them and the suspension is tight. The V12 Engine comes to life while driving and there is no shortage of performance.
Currently needs the E-Brake Cable replaced but this can be negotiated into the price.
We have all valid documentation for the vehicle and it is ready for export to the country of your desire. We ship worldwide!
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