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Aston Martin Vanquish Volante 60th Anniversary Spotted for Sale

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Amari Supercars of Preston, Lancashire, UK, have added a rather special car to their inventory. It’s a 2015 Aston Martin Vanquish Volante 60th Anniversary limited edition, one of only six production units, and they are asking £324,995 for it!

The fact that Aston Martin Vanquish Volante 60th Anniversary is basically a regular Volante with some fancy paint and gold wheels notwithstanding, that is still a ridiculous amount of money even if the car was a one-off. What’s more, it takes a certain kind of courage to drive around in a car with golden wheels and accents, even if it’s an Aston.

At any rate, should you decided you want this Aston Martin Vanquish Volante 60th Anniversary you get in exchange for your 325 grand a drop-top GT V12 GT car finished in Hammerhead Silver, Obsidian Black interior and, as mentioned, gold 20” wheels. The car has only 50 miles on the clock and features an 8-speed Touchtronic automatic transmission. Performance-wise, you get 570 horsepower good for a 0-60 time of 3.6  seconds and a top speed of 200 mph.

Standard Kit (Via Amari):

Hammerhead Silver Paint (Contemporary)
Obsidian Black Leather Interior
Carbon Fibre Rear Diffuser
Carbon Fibre Front Splitter
Carbon Fibre Sills
Contrast Yellow Stitching
Each Variant includes Sill Plates Portraying The Era The Car Relates To
Touchtronic Automatic Gearbox
Bespoke Metal Rotary Control Dials Formed From Iconic Aston Martin Engines
Carbon Fibre Centre Console
Bang & Olufsen Sound System
Aston Martin Works Embroidered Between the Rear Seats
Anniversary Yellow Side Strakes
Anniversary Yellow 20″ Alloy Wheels
Satellite Navigation
Engine Bay Plaque With Engine Builders Name

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