Aston Martin Vantage Le Mans V600
2000 Aston Martin Vantage Le Mans V600 – 7 of 40 – The Motorshow Car
Dealer: Nicholas Mee
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About the Aston Martin Vantage Le Mans V600
The Aston Martin Vantage Le Mans was the final salute to the V8-Vantage line. It was presented at the Geneva Motorshow in 1999, and signalled the end of the iconic shape for the big V8 Coupe before it was replaced by the all-new Vanquish in 2000.
Aston Martin made just 1050 Vantage and Virage models between 1989 and 2000. Of these, the Le Mans V600 made up just 40, therefore making it the rarest model of all.
This special edition car was built to honour Aston Martin’s 1959 Le Mans 24 Hours victory, and subsequently is the only Aston Martin to ever wear the Le Mans name.
One of the additional extras with tis car was a Michelin map from Newport-Pagnell to Le Mans.
With over 600bhp from the Marek designed, 5.3 litre Supercharged 4 cam all alloy V8 engine, 200mph claimed top speed and aggressive body styling, this British muscle car is one of the most iconic Aston Martins in recent history.
About this Aston Martin Vantage Le Mans
This Aston Martin Vantage Le Mans V600 is the original 1999 Earls Court Motor Show Car, number 007 of 40. It shows just 24,400 miles covered by 3 previous owners, and boasts every conceivable extra and all V600 upgrades. Aston Martin Works have maintained this car throughout it’s life.
Aston Martin specialists Nicholas Mee have are offering this car for sale for the second time, having first sold it back in 2002. Nicholas Mee said “This is highly prized and indeed rare to see, the Vantage Le Mans is both scintillating to drive and a ‘bona fide’ collectors car, from the end of an era of hand built cars.
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“A final hurrah to the Astons of old and the last truly handmade cars. 1 of 40 built, 600bhp, 600 ft/lb torque, 2 tonnes – Never more was the phrase, ‘gentleman’s express’ so befitting – need we say more?”
“A truly great ‘modern’ Aston Martin.”