The Great British Sportscar – Three ways


1968 Jaguar E Type Series II 4.2 litre Roadster – UK Registered finished in Rolls Royce Regal Red with Black Hide. With its Jaguar Heritage Certificate backed up by a clear provenance and history, this is an exceptional car – circumstance has meant that in 50 years of existence, it has only really had a little over 20 years of use and it is presented in outstanding condition. £99,950

http://www.byroninternational.com/cardetails.html?carid=33

2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Coupe Automatic in Stronsay Silver with Navy Blue/Light Grey Hide. With a clear ownership history and an immaculately recorded service history, this is an enthusiast’s Aston Martin. The current owner has spent £25,000 making sure that every detail is looked after and even had the handbook signed by the car’s designer Ian Callum. £34,950

http://www.allastonmartin.com/cardetails.html?carid=969

 2005 Aston Martin DB9 Volante Touchtronic – Antrim Blue with Sandstorm 19,039 miles only and fully loaded. A beautiful car, a clearly traceable ownership history and an immaculate service record.  If you are looking for a modern Aston Martin classic to buy, you just found it. £42,500

http://www.allastonmartin.com/cardetails.html?carid=970

 

For any of these lovely cars call Philip Jones, the Aston Man:

Office: +44(0)1737 244567

Mob: +44(0)7836 555666

Email: theastonman@aol.com


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