Aston Martin Virage, the Last One made!
- Marque : Aston Martin
- Model : Virage
- Chassis number : 50426
- Colour exterior : Buckinghamshire Green Metallic
- Colour interior : Magnolia, piped Dark Green
- Current registration : England
- Odometer : 35.920 miles
- Transmission : Automatic
- Engine : 5.340 CC, 334 HP
The Virage was built on 20 December 1995, it was delivered to its first owner on 1 August 1996.
The Virage was fitted with the Wide Body Cosmetic 6.3 Conversion. The conversion meant wider front and rear wings, stronger brakes, different front suspension, different rear suspension, fog lamps in the front spoiler and so on.
The Wide Body was delivered new to David Akehurst and on 4 May 2000 she was sold to Peter Sutcliffe. On 12 November 2003 the Virage was sold to James Haygarth, the last owner before Noble House.
The service history from the James Haygarth period is in the Virage file, he spent GBP 4.000 on the Aston Martin.
The Virage has a plaque on the dashboard, which confirms its is the last Virage built at Newport Pagnell. There is also an official Aston Martin statement in which is confirmed that # 50426 is indeed the last Virage built.
Noble House acquired this important piece of Aston Martin history many years ago and she is now part of the Noble House Prototype collection.
Due to reducing the collection, # 50426 is for sale and it gives a new owner a unique investment opportunity to obtain an important part of Aston Martin history.
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