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1972 Aston Martin V8 Vantage  -  Classic Vantage


Location: Ynsmaerdy, County: South Glamorgan 

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THIS VEHICLE IS AVAILABLE FOR: WEDDING HIRE TV AND FILM/PHOTO SHOOTS EVENTS & DISPLAYS FUNERALS PROMS/BIRTHDAYS ETC
Typical Prices from £450
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Vehicle information

Vehicle
Aston Martin, V8 Vantage
Year
1972
Town, Region, Country
Ynsmaerdy, South Wales, Wales
Seats (including driver)
2
Available for
Wedding Hire, TV & Film / Photo Shoots, Events & Displays
Region/Country of manufacture
British & European Vehicles
Exterior Colour
Green
Interior Colour
Cream
Condition
Excellent
Convertible
No
Drive Orientation
Right Hand Drive
Additional Information
Aston Martin, the epitome of British Luxury and the classiest looking car on the road for the best part of 60 years. It is the Grand Tourer of Grand Tourers and James Bond's choice of vehicle to boot! Bond has had a close association with Aston Martins for decades, and he got behind the wheel of a V8 Vantage previously in the 1987 movie The Living Daylights where Timothy Dalton played 007. Have to say, that Timothy Dalton for me encompassed everything that Ian Fleming was trying to get across, when telling the story of the semi-fictional secret agent, when Dalton was playing the character. It’s the same when we talk about this V8 Vantage. Ok, not everyone’s 'cup of tea', however it was at the time the high end of British motoring and the lines with the more masculine look was so British, for that period in time and it was a perfect mix of beauty and aggression, housing that thunder roaring V8 power unit. Take a trip as James Bond, or down memory lane, but this is not one to miss.
PLEASE NOTE
  • Cars are chauffeur driven only
  • Unfortunately Due to Current Legislation And Insurance Restrictions We CANNOT Currently Hire Vehicles For Proms, Formals, Leavers Days, Hen/Stag Parties Or Birthdays (Unless Required For Static Display Purposes Or Dressing Of An Area) Sorry For Any Inconvenience.