The DB7i6, was made mostly with resources from Jaguar and had the financial backing of the Ford Motor Company. The DB7's platform is an evolution of the Jaguar XJS's; although with many changes. First registered on 1st June 1996 and presented in Mendip Blue with Grey Hide piped in Blue and contrasting Blue Dashboard Top-roll and door Cards this particular example which is in truly fine condition throughout was supplied by us to its last owner in May 2011 with 57,000 miles recorded. Some five years on and with a little over 5,000 additional miles recorded our customer has decided to go for an open top car. Stratstone Aston Martin of Wilmslow Cheshire serviced this car six times to 49,000 miles in 2004. We serviced the car at 57,000 miles and will do so again prior to delivery to it next owner. It is widely accepted among Classic Car commentators that the DB7 family of cars are likely to rise in value over the coming years, the shortage of supply of these cars now compared with 12 months ago isunderpinning this forecast. They will not be this affordable much longer.