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2005 Aston Martin Vanquish S on 2040-cars

US $110,000.00
Year:2005 Mileage:1900 Color: Black /

Machias, New York, United States

Machias, New York, United States

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This is a very rare 2005 Aston Martin Vanquish S with 1900 miles. One of very few that were made for the USA and
very likely the lowest mile and most pristine car left in the USA. This is a two owner car that has all service up
to date, no blemishes, no paint work, no stories. The car has always been serviced at a factory authorized Aston
dealer. The car comes with all the items that came with the car when new. (all keys, charger, umbrella, new indoor
car cover, books and records). This is the car for the collector that must have the lowest mile and best Vanquish S
left in the country. Being the best driving Aston ever made this is likely to be a very desirable and valuable car
in the future. Aston acknowledges how special this car is by classifying the Vanquish S under their “Heritage
Program” which is the designation they use for their most significant and collectible models. This 2+2 Vanquish
S is a beautiful grey color called Meteorite Silver over Phantom Grey interior. The car has the rear seat option
and has an original MSRP of $268,000.The car is stored in a climate controlled storage facility in Westchester NY
and viewing can be arranged during normal business hours.
Some info on the rare Vanquish S model:
The 2005 Aston Martin Vanquish S was produced as a true supercar from Aston to mark the last of the hand made cars,
the last car made at the Newport Pagnell factory which started with the DB4 in 1958. It was the final and last of
the cars made all by hand with true fine craftsmanship.
Each Vanquish S took over 400 hours of labor to produce.
Upgrades to the S from a standard Vanquish include more power rated at 520 bhp up from 460 bhp in a standard
Vanquish. Bigger revised grille, front splitter and raised rear spoiler built into the boot lid to keep the car
stable at higher speeds. The car also has 20% more direct steering, larger brakes and unique wheels. The
Vanquish/Vanquish S is also the only Aston to get a carbon fiber roll bar in the engine bay and a 100% full flat
under floor like race cars.
The S was a true supercar with a top speed rated over 200 MPH, and an engine sound no other modern Aston can beat.
A very unique raw feel to this car without DSC, only a limited slip differential and traction control.
The gearbox is not an automatic with torque converter, it is a manual with electro-hydraulic clutch so you have
full control over the engine.
A very rare car with a total of 711 left hand drive Vanquish S models ever made with less than half of those
imported to the USA.
This is likely to be one of the most collectible and valuable Astons ever made, and likely the only modern Aston
that will ever be highly collectible. Prices have already risen in Europe significantly ahead of the price here in
the US.

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