Aston Martin DB7 Coupe Dunhill
An extremely rare manual DB7 which has been maintained and cared for to the highest standards.
A 1998 model year car with twin airbags and the later seat bases, this car was built new to the Alfred Dunhill specification and released from production
10th December 1998 and first registered 16th December 1998.
The Alfred Dunhill DB7 was only available with a metallic platinum exterior and charcoal Connolly hide embossed with the Dunhill logo and silver-grey piping.
The traditional walnut veneers were replaced with a brushed aluminium finish, complementing the special edition clock based on the Millennium Dunhill
watch. The charcoal carpets were also edged in silver grey leather and special vehicle instruments to match the clock face were fitted.
Externally the Dunhill DB7 came with a special colour front grille, colour coded locks and Anthracite road wheels with unique centre caps that again
replicated the Dunhill Millennium watch case.
Aston Martin intended to build and supply a total of 150 Alfred Dunhill examples, available as Coupe and Volante with automatic or manual transmission.
It is believed from the best currently available records that only approximately 80 examples were actually built with the current register showing
just 25 of these as RHD Coupes. This particular car was built with the very rare and now incredibly desirable five speed manual transmission.
A very special car which has been well cared for by its previous custodians - only four owners from new - and having covered just over 48,000 miles in
total (with a documented speedo charge). This example comes with original Dunhill hand books containing twenty-six stamps predominantly by Aston
Martin Works Service and ourselves. Additionally has a large file containing lots of old invoices, all MOTs back to the first in 2001, the original
Dunhill brochure, Dunhill factory press release, old tax discs and sundry related paperwork. This car also retains its original unique brushed
aluminium Kenwood mask Audio head unit.
A stunningly rare, great driving manual DB7 in pristine condition with excellent provenance.
Please see our website for further details and Service History.