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Vehicle information

A Vantage Le Mans was the last of the truly hand-built Aston Martin's. Constructed with an aluminium body it was the very last model to be powered by the legendary Tadek Marek's renowned V8 engine. Built to celebrate the factory's famous victory at the Le Mans 24-Hour Race in 1959 when Roy Salvadori and Carroll Shelby took the chequered flag first in 'DBR1/2'. A very different car to a 'normal' Vantage, many styling updates included but were not limited to its front wing side vents, ducted bonnet, 'nostril' front grille, improved high-downforce air dam, while at the rear the spoiler was revised to incorporate the high-intensity and reversing lights. The Le Mans received unique five-spoke magnesium alloy wheels while beneath the skin its chassis boasted the kind of extensive upgrading, in the form of the ‘Driving Dynamics’ package, required to cope with the massive increase in performance. Aston Martin engineers developed a blown version of the proven 5,340cc V8 engine, twin mechanic

  • Transmission: Manual
  • Body Style: Coupe
  • Country:
  • City: DE12 6BL
  • Postalcode: DE12 6BL
  • Reg No.: V19AML
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model:
  • Car:
  • Year
  • Mileage 1665
  • Featured No
  • Engine Type
  • Engine Capacity 5.3L
  • Engine Transmission Manual
Make: ASTON MARTIN
Model:
Model Car:
Year: 1970

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5.3 2dr

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Tom Hartley Jnr.

Tom Hartley Jnr.
Swadlincote, GB|United Kingdom

We stock only the finest, hand-selected sports, classic and luxury cars. Most of our available stock can be viewed online, however we always have cars in restoration or awaiting preparation that may not be listed.


Dealer Address: Barratt Mill Shortheath, Moira, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE12 6BL


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