Aston Martin’s DB7 has been a bargain super GT for a number of years, with decent examples available for as little as £20,000 – but what if you could buy one brand-new?
This 1996 example consigned with Historic at Brooklands is as close as you’re likely to get. With fewer than 3300 miles on the clock – an average of 165 per year – and just two owners on the logbook, it would be difficult to find a DB7 more original and cosseted.
Finished in Chiltern Green with a Forest hide interior, it comes complete with its original warranty card and bill of sale, brochures, manuals and purchase correspondence.
The car is estimated to sell for between £45-55,000 when it crosses the block on 12 March with Historics’ suggesting that it would be a savvy investment opportunity – but we’d be tempted to drive it.