An Aston Martin One-77 was first visible at the 2008 Paris Motor Show. Only 77 of them were ever made available and only two are reportedly in the United States. One of them is for sale for a whopping $3,500,000 on the duPont Registry.
One-77: One of 77. According to a report by Road and Track, the One-77 first appeared at the 2008 Paris Motor Show. Between 2009 and 2012, the British luxury automobile manufacturer started producing the car and made a total of only 77 units. They were sold well over $1 million.
The super machine is an astounding blend of aluminum, carbon fiber, and incredible power. Only 77 vehicles were manufactured, and they all went quickly, as expected. One of the 77 is up for sale for a princely sum of $3.5 million dollars.
According to Motor Authority, the vehicle is for sale in Florida. It is one of the two rumored Aston Martin One-77's to make it to the United States. It is in a beautiful shade of blue that the company calls "Aviemore Pearl." The skin is hand-hammered aluminum which sits atop a carbon fiber monocoque.
Under the hood is an incredible 7.3-liter V-12 engine that can grind out 75- horsepower and over 550 lb-ft of torque. The car is available in rear-wheel drive with a six-speed manual gearbox. It is very similar to ones used in the DB9 but has upgrades that help with all the extra power.
The vehicle is available here at the duPont Registry. The website describes the car as "The Ultimate Aston Martin" and one of the finest English automobiles ever built. The vehicle has less than 730 miles on its odometer and has been kept in a museum and meticulously cared for.
The Aston Martin One77 is a rare and iconic piece of the British company's rich history. It is a collector's item and could very well be worth the price tag for those who have extra to spend.