- 25,000 miles
Aston Martin V8 Vantage to X pack specification, 1979 Oscar India model, manual gearbox. Ravens Black with red leather interior. Ronal wheels, air conditioning, electric mirrors, central locking. This car is without doubt one of the best examples ...
The Classic Connection
- 45,368 miles
On 18th February 1977, Aston Martin announced the V8 Vantage. This would thrust Aston Martin back into the supercar league. The name had previously been applied to high-power versions of the DB six-cylinder cars, and in the V8's case the Vantage t...
- 97,500 miles
Now available is this all matching numbers UK delivered 1974 Aston Martin V8 Series 3, finished in Imperial Blue with restored Cream leather interior. The V8 has been superbly maintained throughout each ownership, with the bodywork, paintwork and ...
- 5,062 miles
- 435 bhp
Chassis #15660 is a UK, RHD supplied Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante, delivered new on the 18th March 1988. Delivered via HWM Ltd, New Zealand Avenue, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey with engine number #V/580/5660/XA and gearbox #9477/8340 to McCarthy &...
- 52,400 miles
Aston Martin and Zagato teamed up again in 1984 to design and build a faster lighter sports car, by March the car was displayed at the Geneva International motor show . The car was sold out by the end of the show and the first customers were being...
- 88,300 miles
Hand built by the engineers and craftsmen at Newport Pagnell, less than 350 V8 Vantages were built over a twelve-year period. You’d have got just £1 change form £40,000 should you had bought a new Aston Martin V8 Vantage in 1980 but the lucky owne...