Chassis No: SCFFDAEM0GGA17130
Odometer: 8,684 Miles
Engine: 5.9 Litre AM11 Naturally Aspirated V12 DOHC
Transmission: 6-Speed ZF Touchtronic II Automatic
Performance: 540 bhp @ 6,750 rpm / 457 lb-ft > 0-60 mph 4.3 sec / 183 mph
Exterior: Jet Black
Interior: Obsidian Black Leather with Silver Contrast Stitching
“Hand-crafted is not something the world sees much of anymore, especially when it comes to automobile manufacturing. Aston Martin, among a handful of other luxury automakers, holds onto the tradition, which also applies to its infamous naturally-aspirated V12 engines. At approximately 200 hours to assemble each model, though this practice occasionally leads to small fit-and-finish idiosyncrasies, each unit draws a distinct connection between designer, engineer and owner”.
Aesthetically, there are only subtle distinctions between the standard DB9 and the GT, but a careful observer will tell them apart. From most obvious to least, Aston Martin has applied “GT” badges, stitching, and engraving inside and out, 20-inch alloy wheels, a black-painted front splitter and rear diffuser, and tweaked headlight and taillight designs.
GT enhancements or not, Aston Martin’s DB9 is still one of the most recognizable shapes on the road – mimicked by many but never quite matched in beauty. Its pursed-lips, crouched stance, endless hood, squared-shoulders, and velvety-smooth lines make the heart race long before your fingers clasp the door handle.
Joy comes express-delivery from a bloke in Warwick, England. Of course we are referring to the hand-built 5.9-liter naturally aspirated V12 front-mid mounted within the DB9 GT’s bonnet. Compared to the standard DB9, the GT variant adds 30 horsepower for a total of 540, while torque remains at 457 pound-feet. This translates to a 0 to 60 mph sprint of 4.3 seconds to the normal DB9’s 4.6-second run, and a top speed of 183 mph.
Speedart Motorsports offers for your consideration one of the last DB9 GT variants produced in wonderful condition and fastidiously maintained.
Chassis No. 17130 rolled-off the Gaydon, Warwickshire assembly line on December of 2015 and was subsequently imported and delivered to the Aston Martin authorized dealer in Summit, New Jersey on February of the following year. The motorcar moved to South Florida in the spring of 2021 and the odometer currently displays 8,684 original miles.
At the time of ordering the car was configured in the striking color combination of Jet Black and Obsidian full leather with Silver Stitching and Piano Black interior true to the elegant nature of this magnificent Grand Tourer.
The automobile is presented in great condition, free of any major incidents with its provenance further supported by a non-derogatory CarFax report. The interior is absolutely immaculate with the Bridge of Weir leather hides in superb condition and a Navigation system as well as the Bluetooth telephone preparation performing as it was intended.
The sale of this exceptional Aston Martin is accompanied by the sapphire crystal Emotion Control Unit (ECU), spare remote key fob, leather bound owner’s manual and service books, AM boot golf umbrella, tire inflator and genuine AM indoor dust cover with branded storage bag.
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Please note that the mileage may vary slightly from the time of cataloguing due to demonstration and road testing purposes.