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2007 Aston Martin Vanquish V12 S | 998K HKD



An entirely new Aston Martin for the 21st Century, the V12 Vanquish debuted at the Geneva Auto Show in March 2001. The Vanquish became, as intended, the marque’s flagship model and was hand-built at the Newport Pagnell factory. Since 1955 over 13,300 cars had been hand-built by seasoned craftsmen within the red brick workshops and they include the legendary nine-time race winner and 1959 Le Mans victor, the DBR1, the iconic DB5, successive derivatives of the DBS, handsomely brutish 1990s supercars and the marque-saving DB7 Coupé and Volante. The Vanquish had drawn inspiration from Aston’s heritage but its modern lines can still be seen in today’s current range.


The 2002 film Die Another Day, with Pierce Brosnan as the ultimate secret agent, showcased the new Vanquish in the best advertisement imaginable for any new supercar. Amidst the explosions and machine gun fire, the Vanquish not only looked fantastic but was obviously capable of epic performance. Fame and gadgets aside, the Vanquish was recognised as one of the ten most beautiful cars ever built by Autocar Magazine in April 2022.


Built with two interior configurations, firstly as a two-seater with a rear parcel shelf, and what later became known as the 2+2 like this one shown, with the addition of a couple of child-friendly rear seats. Launched in 2004, the Vanquish S saw significant upgrades within the engine bay over the initial launch model producing 520bhp, an output good enough to whistle the S up to 200mph. The previously-optional Sports Dynamic Pack of enhanced steering, suspension and brakes came as standard with the S. By 2006, it was apparent that both the days of the V12 Vanquish and indeed Aston Martin production at Newport Pagnell were drawing to an end and a new era was being planned.


Year: 2007

Body: Coupe

Exterior: Chiltern Green

Interior: Camel Brown and Black

Driver's Side: RHD

Transmission: Automatic

Indicated Mileage: 16,280 Miles

First Delivery Location: United Kingdom

Registration: Hong Kong Registered in 2010, 4 Previous Owners

THIS MOTOR CAR:


Styled by Ian Callum, the Vanquish was developed with assistance from Aston Martin's parent company Ford using constructional techniques more advanced than those of any contemporary road car at the time. The monocoque tub was made of heat-cured bonded aluminium, braced by a central tunnel of carbon fibre to create a lightweight structure of exceptional rigidity, thus enabling the chassis engineers to develop suspension combining excellent handling and roadholding with unrivalled ride quality.


The revamped Vanquish S has a 5.9-litre, 48-valve engine that can develop 514bhp, an output good enough to make the Vanquish S a genuine 200+mph car. The six-speed gearbox was controlled by F1-style paddles and could be operated in either of two modes: fully manual or computer-controlled automatic, with a 'sport' setting available on both. The previously optional Sports Dynamic Pack of enhanced steering, suspension and brakes came as standard with the Vanquish S. The inventory of standard equipment included almost everything the discerning connoisseur could wish for, while the performance placed the Vanquish firmly in the supercar class.


Originally delivered in the UK in 2007, this car came to Hong Kong in 2010 and officially registered in November 2010. Now showing "4 Hands" on Hong Kong VRD. Sold by Classic Insider back in 2022, this Vanquish has undergone a complete Paint restoration and an interior leather upholstery update at Aston Martin Hong Kong at the tune of 300K. A further mechanical refresh was performed at Marque specialist Autoficionado totalled at 150K.


Available for viewing by appointment for serious interest only.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 1 OF 1086 Produced and Styled by Ian Callum

  • THE last of the "Handmade" Aston Martin

  • Revamped V12 S producing 514bhp

  • Fully repainted by Aston Martin with refreshed leather interior upholstery

Classic Insider condition score: 90 points out of 100

CONDITION REPORT:


Restored original. Well-kept and maintained. The exterior was just restored and repainted by Aston Martin Hong Kong. Paint and body is in excellent condition. Fully refurbished alloy wheels along with fresh tires. The interior was re-upholstered with new leather, the front and rear seats and door cards are all newly furnished. Inside, a few LCD displays are slightly blurry, otherwise all electronic are in working order, so is the air condition. Mechanically excellent, ASM and suspension overhaul has been completed. The engine bay is very clean & tidy. Owner's Manual, Service Book, and tool presented.

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SERVICE HISTORY HIGHLIGHTS


2021

- New fuel pump, fuel lines, ASM pump

- Repair transmission hose


2022

- Whole car repaint, including wheels and brakes

- Interior seats, door panel reupholtery

- 9H Paint Coating

- New hood lining

- New Front Bumper Splitter

- New Headlight Set

- New Brake Hose


2023

- Annual Service/ MOT

- Replace front suspension upper arms, lower arms, track rod assembly

- Replace rear suspension upper, lower arms and track control arms

- 4 wheel Alignment

- New Wheel bearing, ABS Senor, New brake light switch

- New Brake Pads Front, Rear and Parking Brake

- Installed new Battery and repair fuel pump module connection



** All available Service records available upon request





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