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$1,831,776 Aston Martin One-77

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$1,831,776 Aston Martin One-77

It's hard to think of a DB-9 or Vanquish as anything other than automotive perfection, so when the Brits in Gaydon say the One-77 is the embodiment of Aston Martin design, color us interested. The ultra-exclusive two-seat supercar seems to have it all: a 700 hp V12, carbon fiber chassis, aluminum body, and the ultimate in Aston design. The One-77 has an exclusive price tag of about 1,050,000 or $1,831,776 before taxes, too, and even the Paris Motor Show isn't a big enough venue to unveil the full design to the world.

Aston Martin is sure playing up the anticipation for the One-77, and even though there is absolutely no shot we'll ever get to drive one, we're taking the bait. Teasers and sneak peaks are all we're getting at this point, and with a full year before it goes on sale, we could be waiting a bit longer. Aston CEO Bez Ulrich and chief designer Mark Reichman sat down to discuss the One-77 with the cameras rolling, and the two key players on team Martin seem to be in love with this vehicle.
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Beautiful car...I have always loved Aston Martins. I hope to someday own one, as I have come close to buying various models twice in the past. The first was a DB-6, black with a black interior and english right hand drive (which is what made me ultimately decide not to buy it). I figured the right hand drive would grow old. The second was a DBS that had a Chevy 350 engine in place of the Aston Martin engine (the reason I ultimately decided against buying, as the value would never be what it would if it still had it's originial engine). (Of course both cars are now worth ten times what they were when I looked at them!!)
The Aston Martin is my dream car, and I have a picture of an AMV8 Volante hanging in my garage to remind me of the finest the Brits have to offer. Someday..Someday...
Besides, what other car lists machine guns and oil dispensers on the option list!! (Wonder if they would fit the new Challenger?)
I knew a guy (a Mopar guy at that) many years ago that dropped a 426 Hemi into an AMV8...While I am not sure how it handled the curves due to the added definitely had much improved quarter mile times, to say the very least!
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