1999 Aston Martin 6.3 Virage

Stratton Motor Company are please to offer this very unusual Aston Martin 6.3 litre Virage .

In many respects the car offered is almost unique given it’s history, a car registered in 1999 but originally built as a 1992 model.

 

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  • 1999 Aston Martin 6.3 Virage
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Stratton Motor Company are pleased to offer this very unusual Aston Martin 6.3 litre Virage.

In many respects, the car offered is almost unique given its history, a car registered in 1999 but originally built as a 1992 model.

Supplied in 1992 as a ‘new car’ to the Sultan of Brunei but unregistered, it remained in his private collection but was never used. It was sent back to the factory around 1998 where it underwent a complete re-build and restoration which included the 6.3 litre V8 conversion with body kit, front and rear spoilers and new paint at a cost of around £200,000.

The engine was the much improved V8 Lagonda engine, with an increase in capacity to 6.3 litres producing some 475bhp. This was a 178mph supercar. The conversion also incorporated improvements to suspension and brakes – now featuring ABS for the first time – and could be ordered new or retro-fitted to customers’ existing cars.

Having returned to the UK and following it’s rebuild it was registered as a new car in 1999.

The car is finished in black coachwork with a full black leather interior set off with contrasting red piping. It has electric front memory seats, a black dash roll, and manual transmission with polished alloy split rims.

The history of this car must surely make it desirable for a discerning collector.

In many respects the car offered is almost unique given it’s history, a car registered in 1999 but originally built as a 1992 model.

Supplied in 1992 as a ‘new car’ to the Sultan of Brunei but unregistered, it remained in his private collection but was never used. It was sent back to the factory around 1998 where it underwent a complete re-build and restoration which included the 6.3 litre V8 conversion with body kit, front and rear spoilers and new paint at a cost of around £200,000.

The engine was the much improved V8 Lagonda engine, with an increase in capacity to 6.3 litres producing some 475bhp. This was a 178mph supercar. The conversion also incorporated improvements to suspension and brakes – now featuring ABS for the first time – and could be ordered new or retro-fitted to customers’ existing cars.

Having returned to the UK and following it’s rebuild it was registered as a new car in 1999.

The car is finished in black coachwork with a full black leather interior set off with contrasting red piping. It has electric front memory seats, black dash roll, manual transmission with polished alloy split rims.

The history to this car must surely make it desirable for a discerning collector.

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1999

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