Aston Martin One-77 For Sale, Can Now Be Yours For 3.3 MIllion Dollars

Aug 29, 2016 06:44 AM EDT | Mariechris Felipe

A German dealer has just put on sale one of the "only" 77 Aston Martin One-77 manufactured, one of the most exclusive and most coveted car of the century. 

What's even better is that the car only has 1140-mile on it thatmakes the Aston Martin One-77 on sale, almost brand new. It is also on a white metallic color, one of the rarest color ever sold and a Left-hand-drive car that increase its premium. 

This spectacular model Aston Martin was first introduced on 2009 during the celebration of Geneva Car Show, where it was unveiled to the public as the most expensive, powerful, fast and exclusive car ever built by the firm of Gaydon.

The Aston Martin One-77 still hold those titles as even though the Aston Martin firm has launched an even more powerful and exclusive model too, the Aston Martin Vulcan, the truth is that the latter is a car created exclusively for circuit it is not a production vehicle suitable for public roads. 

This Aston Martin One-77 on sale has the chassis number 67 (of 77 possible) . A pity for him, because there will hardly be able to enjoy the brutal thrust and the glorious sound of its 7.3 V12 engine, with its 760 horsepower, it is one of the most powerful atmospheric thrusters of all time. This mechanism is associated on all the Aston Martin One-77, an automatic transmission that sends power to the rear wheels exclusively.

The Aston Martin One-77 seems like the perfect car to buy, so what's the catch? It's selling price is at 3.5 million dollars as of the writing. An amount that is about double the cost when the original owner bought it in 2011. That price is also too close to the maximum estimated price of a new Aston Martin Vulcan so people may just then choose to buy a new one rather than the said car.

There's no doubt though that the car can be sold if you ask Paul Spires, head of Aston Martin Works.

"The One-77 is so rare and collectable that I can't see why anyone wouldnt buy it if they can afford it" Spires said.

When asked if he thinks the price will go down, he answered. 

"You've got to remember that the owners of these cars don't need the money. So to entice them to sell, you have to offer a really good price and they will not lower it for something very special.  

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