Is it just me or have there been many Aston Martins hitting the auction floor these past few weeks?
This latest one is a low-mileage One-77. More than that, this example has been fettled by Q by Aston Martin. We know only 77 cars were made which makes it rather really rare.
But chassis #28 is a one-of-one with Morning Frost White – how cool is that? – paint over Kestrel Tan interior. It has the optional red brake calipers which I can’t understand why red is optional. All brake calipers should be red or yellow.
Power comes from a naturally-aspirated 7.3-liter V-12 that has an earth moving 750 bhp and 553 lb-ft of torque. When it was introduced, it was the most powerful NA road-legal car in production. 0-60 comes in a quick 3.5 seconds, urging on to reach a top speed of 220 mph.
Of course, aside from an intoxicating exhaust note, it wil not be a proper Aston Martin if it does not ride well. And with an all-independent set-up, it does just that.
Which just leaves us with one thing: the price. It will be on the floor at Bonhams and they estimate that the car will fetch a value between £1,650,000 and £1.8-million. But for a one-of-one, a higher value will be of no surprise.