1997 Aston Martin Db7 Volante Convertible At No Reserve Red on 2040-cars
Palm Springs, California, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Make: Aston Martin
Trim: Volante Convertible 2-Door
Options: Cassette Player, Leather Seats, CD Player, Convertible
Drive Type: RWD
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Side Airbags
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Sub Model: DB7
Exterior Color: Red
Interior Color: Tan Red Letter Piping
Disability Equipped: No
Number of Cylinders: 6
THIS IS A NO RESERVE AUCTION.
THIS CAR IS AN EXCELLENT AUTO IN EVERY WAY. It has all the options offered plus Custom AM Chrome Wheels. I purchased a new custom car cover and a new battery.
I am 92 years old and have been collecting
and restoring cars since 1941. I intend to sell my car collection, except for my 1948 Hudson Convt.
Aston Martin was purchased new by the previous owner from Aston Martin of San Diego.I have all the service
records since new. This car requires absolutely nothing. I have my own private restoration shop in Palm Springs.
All of my cars are maintained and serviced by my trusted employee mechanic.
Buyer responsible for shipping which I can arrange . Car is for sale locally and auction may be cancelled at anytime.
I can be reached by e-mail: fastfreddy1923 @aol.com or cell tell 760275 7956 Fred Elg
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Auto blogThu, 09 May 2013
In what must have looked and sounded to motorists on the M6 like an invasion of The Swarm, a parade of 50 enthusiast gems leaving a charity event were caught shooting down the on-ramp and merging into traffic. There were plenty of Porsches joining the 959 and Ducktail above, Aston Martins going back to the badboy V8 of the last millennium, a Ferrari Testarossa, a TVR and numerous other Easter eggs.
There were not, however, plenty of turn signals, with someone counting just five among the fifty engaging in proper use of the blinker. One reason put forth for that is the same reason we're posting this video, which is from last Summer, below: "because supercar." Enjoy.
Pebble Beach is an outstanding event if you're interested in pre-war classics, but outside of the parking lots, it's a bit light on more modern stuff. The Quail, now in its eleventh year, leans far more towards the present day, and has become one of the must-attend events of the Monterey car week.
Like Pebble, though, it's a highly exclusive affair, with triple-digit ticket prices that usually sell out at the same rate as a Justin Bieber concert. If you're one of the lucky few to hold a pass, though, you'll be rubbing elbows with a who's who of the auto world. One of the highlights of this year's event was the appearance of one Michael Schumacher, who showed up alongside one of his Formula 1 cars. A retrospective was also held on Lamborghini's 50 years of production, as well as another celebration of Aston Martin's centennial. There was also a tribute to the late Martin Swig, one of the co-founders of the California Mille, who passed away last year.
The cars, not surprisingly, were epic. Lamborghini, Pagani, Spyker, Rolls-Royce, BMW, McLaren, Bugatti and Galpin Ford all showed new models to the public for the first time, while there were also appearances by Jim Glickenhaus and his Ferrari P4/5 and P4/5 Competizione, marking the first time the coach-built masterpiece and its racing offspring were shown together. Finally, the Petersen Museum showed off its wears, including the late Steve McQueen's gorgeous Jaguar XK-SS.
Chris Harris is back on the job, taking on really really difficult car questions like: Which enormously sexy and good-to-drive, high-performance convertible is the top of the heap? As one of the hottest cars in the luxury space right now, the Jaguar F-Type S is, of course, in on the action. Competition comes in the form of the Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster and the Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet. Sun-loving CEOs who despise test-driving need look no further.
Scroll on below for a fully featured (with a running time of more than 20 minutes) comparison video. Harris does his best to entertain - in a typically nitpicky and made-up-British-words fashion - and the moving pictures are lovely to look at. Kick back, pour a pint and get your weekend started off right.