2002 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage 2dr Coupe (5.9L 12cyl 6M)
I always thought my 64 Mustang
Convertible brought smiles of joy to
the faces of people. That was nothing
compared to the DB 7. Almost every time
you drive it, complete strangers come
up to you to talk about the car,
sometimes leading to crowds of 4 or 5
people. It is really quite a pleasure
in our increasingly cold, impersonal
world to see people react with such joy
when they see this car.
Road handling. This auto is glued to
the road: if the curve sign says 35
MPH, that means 70 in the DB 7.
The Aston folks are on to the only
changes I would suggest: make a Zagato
version and a GT version.
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