1999 Aston Martin DB9 "ALFRED DUNHILL" No. 099 of 15057.500 EUR
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ASTON MARTIN DB7 ALFRED DUNHILL 1999
DB7 had worldwide appeal and set new standards of power, refinement and reliability for handmade luxury sports cars.

History :
The new design, code named NPX, was styled by Ian Callum and engineered in conjunction with Tom Walkinshaws TWR group. Aston Martin revealed the DB7 at the Geneva Motorshow in 1993, with production starting in 1994 at a new factory in Bloxham, near Banbury in Oxfordshire.
A 1998 model year car with twin airbags and the later seat bases, this car was built new to the Alfred Dunhill specification as tailor -made Edition that remain the timeless values Flair ,Individualy,Craftsmanship , Engineering integrity and genuine passion for performance .

The Alfred Dunhill DB7 was only available with a metallic platinum exterior and charcoal Connolly hide embossed with the Dunhill logo and silver-grey piping. The traditional walnut veneers were replaced with a brushed aluminium finish, complementing the special edition clock based on the Millennium Dunhill watch. The charcoal carpets were also edged in silver grey leather and special vehicle instruments to match the clock face were fitted. Externally the Dunhill DB7 came with a special colour front grille, colour coded locks and Anthracite road wheels with unique centre caps that again replicated the Dunhill Millennium watch case.

Aston Martin intended to build and supply a total of 150 Alfred Dunhill examples, available as Coupe and Volante with automatic or manual transmission. It is believed from the best currently available records that only approximately 80 examples were actually built with the current register showing 25 of these as RHD Coupes. This particular car was built with the very rare and now incredibly desirable five speed manual transmission.

A very special car which has been well cared for by its previous custodians - only four owners from new - and having covered just over 43,000 km in total (with a documented speedo charge). This example comes with original Dunhill hand books containing twenty-six stamps predominantly by Aston Martin Works Service and ourselves. Additionally has a large file containing lots of maintenace in service book, . This car also retains its original unique brushed aluminium Kenwood mask Audio head unit.

A stunningly rare, great driving manual DB7 in pristine condition .

ABOUT THIS SPECIFIC EXAMPLE :

- Delivered New in Spain

- Only 43.000km from NEW

- Limited Edition nº 99

- Finished in metallic platinum with Black Connolly leather interior

- Completly Original State

- Desirable Sports Car with one of the most elegant British design at the time

- Perfect condition and ready to enjoy

ENGINE:
The new TWR built engine was a light alloy, twin overhead camshaft, supercharged straight six of 3,228cc. Featuring 32 valves, Zytec electronic multi-point fuel injection and a water cooled Eaton, 'Rootes' type, supercharger which was driven by a toothed belt from the camshaft. In this application it develops 335 bhp (340 PS/250 kW) of power at 5500 rpm, and maximum torque of 488 N·m (360 lb·ft/49.8 kgm) at 3000 rpm. The engine delivers its power through to the wheels by means of a 5 speed manual gearbox. Its maximum speed claimed is 253 km/h

CHASSIS -BODY - SUSPENSION :
The Aston Martin DB7 weighs a claimed 1650 kg at the kerb. DB7 had more aggressive styling, with a bigger front grille the new design, code named NPX, was styled by Ian Callum and engineered in conjunction with Tom Walkinshaws TWR group. Aston Martin revealed the DB7 at the Geneva Motorshow in 1993, with production starting in 1994 at a new factory in Bloxham, near Banbury in Oxfordshire. Considered by many to be the most attractive Aston Martins of all, the DB7 is reputed to being the most successful model the British performance car manufacturer has yet created.
Two door 2+2 coupe
Steel under-frame with steel body panels. Composite bonnet (steel from 1997MY), front wings, sills, boot lid and front & rear bumper/apron
Side-impact protection in doors

Front: Independent double wishbone, coil springs, mono-tube dampers with anti-roll bar, anti-dive geometry.
Rear: Independent double wishbone with longitudinal control arms, coil springs, mono-tube dampers. With anti-roll bar

INTERIOR :
Full Connolly leather with burr walnut veneers
Alcantara headlining, Firth carpets. Wilton carpets optional (as used on the ‘V’ cars)
Electrically operated front seats
CFC free automatic climate control
Driver and front passenger airbags (from 1997MY)
Sony six speaker stereo radio cassette with CD option, Alpine radio cassette with CD auto-changer from 1997MY
Cobra 6019 alarm/immobiliser interacting with central locking system. Megamos alarm system and PATs engine immobiliser from MY1997.

*** Telmo Carreira - 00351 919614027 - telmocarreirajorcar@gmail.com

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Reference Number 644560

as of 8/2/2021

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Overview
Car 1999 Aston Martin DB9 "ALFRED DUNHILL" No. 099 of 150
Small Series  99 of 150 
Exterior / Interior Color      Silver /      Black 
Condition Exceptional 
Mileage 43.000 km 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
Options Electronics: Airconditioning, Power Seats, Power Windows
Interior: Airbag(s), Leather interior, Leather steering wheel
Mechanics: Power Steering 
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Known History

ASTON MARTIN DB7 ALFRED DUNHILL 1999

DB7 had worldwide appeal and set new standards of power, refinement and reliability for handmade luxury sports cars.

 

History :

The new design, code named NPX, was styled by Ian Callum and engineered in conjunction with Tom Walkinshaws TWR group. Aston Martin revealed the DB7 at the Geneva Motorshow in 1993, with production starting in 1994 at a new factory in Bloxham, near Banbury in Oxfordshire.

A 1998 model year car with twin airbags and the later seat bases, this car was built new to the Alfred Dunhill specification as tailor -made Edition that remain the timeless values Flair ,Individualy,Craftsmanship , Engineering integrity and genuine passion for performance .

 

The Alfred Dunhill DB7 was only available with a metallic platinum exterior and charcoal Connolly hide embossed with the Dunhill logo and silver-grey piping. The traditional walnut veneers were replaced with a brushed aluminium finish, complementing the special edition clock based on the Millennium Dunhill watch. The charcoal carpets were also edged in silver grey leather and special vehicle instruments to match the clock face were fitted. Externally the Dunhill DB7 came with a special colour front grille, colour coded locks and Anthracite road wheels with unique centre caps that again replicated the Dunhill Millennium watch case.

 

Aston Martin intended to build and supply a total of 150 Alfred Dunhill examples, available as Coupe and Volante with automatic or manual transmission. It is believed from the best currently available records that only approximately 80 examples were actually built with the current register showing 25 of these as RHD Coupes. This particular car was built with the very rare and now incredibly desirable five speed manual transmission.

 

A very special car which has been well cared for by its previous custodians - only four owners from new - and having covered just over 43,000 km in total (with a documented speedo charge). This example comes with original Dunhill hand books containing twenty-six stamps predominantly by Aston Martin Works Service and ourselves. Additionally has a large file containing lots of maintenace in service book, . This car also retains its original unique brushed aluminium Kenwood mask Audio head unit.

 

A stunningly rare, great driving manual DB7 in pristine condition .

 

ABOUT THIS SPECIFIC EXAMPLE :

 

- Delivered New in Spain

 

- Only 43.000km from NEW

 

- Limited Edition nº 99

 

- Finished in metallic platinum with Black Connolly leather interior

 

- Completly Original State

 

- Desirable Sports Car with one of the most elegant British design at the time

 

- Perfect condition and ready to enjoy

 

ENGINE:

The new TWR built engine was a light alloy, twin overhead camshaft, supercharged straight six of 3,228cc. Featuring 32 valves, Zytec electronic multi-point fuel injection and a water cooled Eaton, 'Rootes' type, supercharger which was driven by a toothed belt from the camshaft. In this application it develops 335 bhp (340 PS/250 kW) of power at 5500 rpm, and maximum torque of 488 N·m (360 lb·ft/49.8 kgm) at 3000 rpm. The engine delivers its power through to the wheels by means of a 5 speed manual gearbox. Its maximum speed claimed is 253 km/h

 

CHASSIS -BODY - SUSPENSION :

The Aston Martin DB7 weighs a claimed 1650 kg at the kerb. DB7 had more aggressive styling, with a bigger front grille the new design, code named NPX, was styled by Ian Callum and engineered in conjunction with Tom Walkinshaws TWR group. Aston Martin revealed the DB7 at the Geneva Motorshow in 1993, with production starting in 1994 at a new factory in Bloxham, near Banbury in Oxfordshire. Considered by many to be the most attractive Aston Martins of all, the DB7 is reputed to being the most successful model the British performance car manufacturer has yet created.

Two door 2+2 coupe

Steel under-frame with steel body panels. Composite bonnet (steel from 1997MY), front wings, sills, boot lid and front & rear bumper/apron

Side-impact protection in doors

 

Front: Independent double wishbone, coil springs, mono-tube dampers with anti-roll bar, anti-dive geometry.

Rear: Independent double wishbone with longitudinal control arms, coil springs, mono-tube dampers. With anti-roll bar

 

INTERIOR :

Full Connolly leather with burr walnut veneers

Alcantara headlining, Firth carpets. Wilton carpets optional (as used on the ‘V’ cars)

Electrically operated front seats

CFC free automatic climate control

Driver and front passenger airbags (from 1997MY)

Sony six speaker stereo radio cassette with CD option, Alpine radio cassette with CD auto-changer from 1997MY

Cobra 6019 alarm/immobiliser interacting with central locking system. Megamos alarm system and PATs engine immobiliser from MY1997.

 

*** Telmo Carreira - 00351 919614027 - telmocarreirajorcar@gmail.com

 

www.jorcar.com