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Used 2003 Aston Martin DB7 AR1 ZAGATO
Our Price: $325,900
|Exterior Color||Tungsten Silver|
|Drive||Rear Wheel Drive|
2003 Aston Martin DB7 AR1 ZAGATO
DB7 AR1 ZAGATO - #77 of 99 Globally Produced
|Exterior Color:||Tungsten Silver|
|Engine Size:||6.0L V12|
Tungsten Silver with Claret leather interior, Black carpeting with Red piping, 4,000 miles from new, 6-speed Manual transmission, #77 of a total 99 manufactured for the world-wide market, 1 Collector-owner from new.
The DB AR1 is derived from DB7 - the most successful Aston Martin of all time. The DB American Roadster 1 (DB AR1) boasts revised body styling with coachwork by Zagato of Italy. It incorporates a number of dynamic elements, which have been finely engineered to offer a new dimension to the Aston Martin driving experience.
Available only as a two-seater, the DB AR1 has a large distinctive radiator grille and accentuating rear wheel arches, while the carefully detailed features such as the reverse/fog light combination provide graphic evidence of intricate hand craftsmanship and quality that has become an Aston Martin trademark.
The car is powered by an up-rated 'GT' version of the V12, with power up to 435 bhp and torque to 410 lb ft. The active sports exhaust system with rear muffler by-pass valves - as used on the V12 Vanquish - provide the DB AR1 with a very distinctive exhaust note. The DB AR1 is also fitted with the DB7 GT quick-shift gear lever and special multi-spoke 19" alloy wheels with revised offset to give a wider track (8x19" front, 9x19" rear), equipped with 245/35 ZR19 front and 265/30 rear low profile tires. Braking is supplied through Brembo discs as well as an up-rated brake booster unit as used on the V12 Vanquish for a firmer and more consistent pedal feel.
This rare DB AR1 is exceptional throughout.
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