Finished in the sublime colour combination Salisbury Blue Metallic with Parchment Connelly hide piped Blue, matching dark Blue Wilton carpets and Mohair soft top, custom made AM wing embossed over carpets fitted. Converted to X-Pack body styling for the personal use of Lincoln Scott, the car also had the added benefit of the engine built up to X-Pack performance at no expense spared and fully documented.
Additional features of the flagship Aston, included Ronal alloy wheels, Cibie headlights, air Conditioning, large bore sports exhaust, fully electronic soft top with a heated rear window. Our car is also fitted with push-button start, navigation system and a beautiful Nardi wood steering wheel.
Exquisitely presented throughout, the AM has recently undergone the following works; brightwork removed and re-chromed, bodywork stripped back to bare metal and painted in gleaming Salisbury Blue metallic, the interior was completely re-trimmed in Parchment leather with the correct Connelly hide and Wilton carpets fitted with custom made raised central armrest and door pockets with speaker housing made and fitted. All woodwork removed and re-veneered and DB9 push starter button was also added to the interior. Additionally, the 5 Speed Gearbox manual gearbox has been completely rebuilt with a new clutch and flywheel also fitted. To aid the driving experience a handling kit was fitted along with a change of road springs and front anti-roll bar. Suspension works also included replacing gaiters, lower bump stops and all-new drop links, brake system overhauled including rebuilt servos, master cylinder, brake lines, front brake callipers, new front and rear brake discs and two new non-return valves. It was at this point the engine was fully rebuilt to X- Pack specification.
This example has one of the finest history files you will read, with invoices spanning 31 years. Over this course of time every item no matter how small is documented from MOT certificates, to change of ownership and service works to final vehicle inspections.