- 2003 Aston Martin Vanquish V12
- Very rare specification of Nero Daytona with Charcoal/Parchment leather interior
- Only 30,000 miles from new
- Immaculate Aston Martin and specialist service history
- Gearbox upgraded to ‘S’ specification by Works Service
Launched at the Geneva Motorshow in 2001 the Aston Martin Vanquish V12 is a superb grand tourer that was made famous in the James Bond film Die Another Day. Designed by Ian Callum the model features a strong aluminium composite chassis, drive by wire throttle and 6 speed sport-shift transmission. Power comes from a 6 litre V12 producing 460 BHP. The Vanquish and Vanquish S models were the last to be built at Newport Pagnell and as a result are considered the last truly hand built Aston Martin.
This Vanquish V12 was custom ordered in Nero Daytona, a metallic Black from the Ferrari palette of colours. The interior is Charcoal and Parchment with Platinum facia.
Optional extras include: Red Brake Calipers, 2+2 Seating, Linn 1200w Audio System, Heated Front Screen, Heated Front Seats, Powerfold Exterior Mirrors and Reversing Sensors.
Delivered new on the 13th December 2003 via Stratstone Aston Martin in London, this Aston Martin Vanquish offered for sale at the Classic Motor Hub has an immaculate service history with stamps in the book as follows:
11/12/2003 – Pre-delivery Inspection – 96 miles – Stratstone Aston Martin
12/01/2005 – 3,392 miles – Works Service
04/04/2006 – 5,850 miles – HWM Aston Martin
07/11/2006 – 10,350 miles – Reg Vardy Aston Martin
28/03/2008 – 13,542 miles – Stratstone Aston Martin
10/03/2009 – 14,748 miles – Stratstone Aston Martin
19/04/2010 – 17,981 miles – Works Service
30/03/2011 – 18,907 miles – Works Service
29/09/2011 – 21,330 miles – Works Service
16/04/2012 – 22,340 miles – Works Service
01/05/2014 – 26,068 miles – Desmond Smail
27/04/2015 – 26,705 miles – Desmond Smail
04/09/2015 – 27,137 miles – Works Service
23/09/2016 – 29,352 miles – Works Service
01/10/2017 – 29,965 miles – Works Service
14/09/2018 – 30,152 miles – Works Service
The car has been looked after with a ‘money no object’ attitude which considering the amazing value for money second hand examples offered, is very hard to find. In the current ownership the car has been professionally stored and collected by Works Service every year. In January 2018 the factory carried out the very desirable upgrade of the magnetic sensors on the gearbox to bring it up to Vanquish ‘S’ specification bringing a huge improvement to the functionality of the much criticised early Sportshift gearbox.
With a more modern Vanquish in the collection and the arrival of a very special DBS Superleggera limited edition on the cards, the owner has made the decision to move his Aston Martin Vanquish on. This was a car that introduced him to the marque and with the aforementioned cars in or soon to be in his collection, it is clear it made a marked impression.
Now it is time for the next custodian and someone new has the opportunity to acquire an extremely rare specification Vanquish with immaculate service history and in stunning condition.
This Aston Martin Vanquish is available and ready for immediate inspection at the Classic Motor Hub.