aston martin v12 vantage

ramsis1962
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Asked by ramsis1962 Feb 18, 2012 at 09:33 PM about the Aston Martin V12 Vantage

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I am planning on buying a 2003 V12 Vantage what is the going price and would anyone recommend me buying it

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Mike Rabkin
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2006 was the first year of the V8 Vantage. 2011 was the first year of the V12 Vantage. The only Astons in 2003 were the DB7 and the Vanquish, and both had a V12. So a little unclear what vehicle you are referring to above. This is a great site for looking up specs going back to 1997 (use the "research a vehicle" box on the homepage. http://www.fromcartofinish.com/ To look up the estimated current value of the vehicle, click on the "look up trade-in value" at the bottom of the above mentioned "research a vehicle" box. Full disclosure: this is my site, but use of these resources are free, and I'm happy to answer any questions I can about car buying, as that's what I actually do (for new vehicles). Best, Mike www.fromcartofinish.com 240-403-1069

canolte42
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2 door, RWD, Coupe, 6-Speed Manual, 6.0L V12 48V MPFI DOHC Low pricing will be around $30k while higher pricing willtake you up to about $60k. Anything less will be a piece of crap and anything more will be overpriced.So figure on an average pricing of $45,000. Mileage should be less than 25,000

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