The Cheapest Aston Martin DB7 on Autotrader Is Just $21,000

If you’re looking for a very cheap way to enter Aston Martin ownership, this DB7 should suffice. Although the DB7 is routinely the cheapest Aston Martin for sale on Autotrader, this particular example is especially cheap, as it’s listed for a mere $21,000 — essentially Toyota Corolla money for an Aston Martin.

Unfortunately, we don’t know many particulars of this car, as the ad is remarkably short. Only one photo is included, along with a very short description that says simply: "Aston Martin DB7 Vantage Coupe Rare 6 Spd Manual Silver Stunning." With that said, we know a lot from the particulars filled out by the seller, including the year, and the fact that this is a V12-powered DB7 (as opposed to a supercharged 6-cylinder model from the car’s earlier years). We also know it’s a manual, which is important as the automatic option is nowhere near as thrilling.

The seller also included the VIN for this DB7, and the Carfax shows that it was sold new in Laguna Beach, California, in December 2001, and essentially spent its entire life in California after that. In fact, all prior owners were in California until the current private seller, who is offering this DB7 for sale in Olympia, Washington.

If you’re interested in this DB7, it’s covered 53,000 miles, which is high for one of these — and we don’t know the condition, as there are no further photos in the listing. But it could be worth investigating if you’re looking for a cheap way to enter DB7 ownership.

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