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2005 Aston Martin DB9

Discussion in 'Other Cars' started by HOF Ferrari, Jun 1, 2015.

  1. rimmie

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    Any idea on the life left in the clutch? Has it been replaced?
     
  2. TRScotty

    TRScotty Formula 3
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    It's an auto, no clutch:)
     
  3. rimmie

    rimmie Karting

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    Sorry. I thought the earlier DB9's had a transmission similar to the Vanquish. I never realized it was a proper ZF automatic. My mistake :)
     
  4. WilyB

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    Great car and great price, GLWS!
     
  5. HOF Ferrari

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  6. sinkman

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    Can you please advise what the wheels are.
    I will seek some for my DB9.
     
  7. HOF Ferrari

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    They are Aston Martin OEM Sport Pack wheels
     
  8. HOF Ferrari

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    Really ?? ....No interest even at $52,900 ??? .....If not something soon I will either swap it at a dealer or keep it !
     
  9. nathandarby67

    nathandarby67 F1 Veteran
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    I'd be all over this if it was about 6-8 months from now, FWIW. Got a couple other things I need to pay for first then save a while before my "fun money" account will be back in Aston Martin range!

    If you've still got it then, maybe it will work out!
     
  10. VGM911

    VGM911 Formula 3

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    Wait a minute....you can get a new 3-series for a lot less than $54,900 :)
     
  11. rmani

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    Nice to see db9s coming down. It took long enough
     
  12. HOF Ferrari

    HOF Ferrari Formula 3
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  13. ferraripete

    ferraripete F1 World Champ

    depends if you are selling or buying.
     
  14. HOF Ferrari

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  15. Countachqv

    Countachqv Formula 3

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    you are in the price range and car looks nice. be patient.
    What may work against you is Aston buyers are looking for low miles and there are more db9s out there than let say a Vanquish (I pulled 69 dbs vs 6 vanqs from 1 site).
    On the other hand you can show one owner and the buyer will know all about the car.
    I think at $48K the car should move fast as there would be no market competition better than this but again that is if the car has to move really fast for the buyer searching for one.
     
  16. SoIllFerrari

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  17. forzatifosi

    forzatifosi Karting

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    I know british cars depreciate like crazy but the fact that a pristine DB9 can be had for 53k is insane....I'll never understand why people shell out 100k for a run of the mill 911
     
  18. ryalex

    ryalex Two Time F1 World Champ
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    +1

    I'm like you. I'd rather get this car than a $53k 535i. Except for a few things favor the new car:

    - Warranty
    - Ease of financing
    - Leases available

    I expect that very few people buying a $90k 911 ever pay it off. They lease or finance and hold for a few years.
     
  19. HOF Ferrari

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  20. Thomas Magnum

    Thomas Magnum F1 Veteran
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    HOF, please PM me your contact info. Thanks.

    Mark
     
  21. HOF Ferrari

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  22. HOF Ferrari

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    $51,900.....Anyone, Anyone ??
     
  23. Jmas

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    Very nice car, I love it in silver. Good luck with the sale good sir!
     
  24. Dohangs

    Dohangs F1 Rookie
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    Oct 31, 2008
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    Nice car for the money. The updated wheels really transform the car. I was ust wondering, can you take the front license plate off? If so, how is it attached? Will you see screw holes? Do you think a 3 yo would fit in the back?
     
  25. JohnnyRay

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    Just took a broader look at the market for DB9s. Looks like lots of good cars for low $$ out there now. I would think at some point the market would consider these to be bargains. Lots of car for the money. I love mine and would not part with it.
     

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