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Lot 113: Aston Martin Virage

Carfest North Pride & Joy Auction, Silverstone Auctions (4 August 2013)

The Virage was the first all-new Aston Martin for nearly 20 years. The factory had produced the limited edition Zagato and the V8 had been updated, but the Virage was the first new production car and the first to be produced under Ford's ownership. One major item carried over from previous models was a 5340cc V8 engine, but it had been much reworked for the Virage, enabling it to meet ever more stringent emission regulations. The production Virage debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1991, a prototype having been displayed at Birmingham's NEC the previous October. Presented in Litchfield Black metallic with contrasting mushroom leather piped in black, this car has a history portfolio, electric heated seats, electric windows and mirrors, air conditioning, CD stereo, computer and alloy wheels. This is a lovely low ownership Virage with a continuous history from new including invoices, Mot tests and stamped service book, hand books etc. The vehicle has a Full V5C European log book, mot and road tax.

Lot Details
Auction Carfest North Pride & Joy Auction
Silverstone Auctions, Oulton Park, Cheshire
TypeCar
Lot Number113
Estimate£20000-£25000
Outcome NOT SOLD
Hammer Price-
Hammer Price (inc premium)-
Year1991
Condition rating0
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Chassis numberSCFCAM1S7MBR50210
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