Unlike theprevious used Aston Martin Vulcan
that we showed you and which was offered for $3.4 million, this one is a tad cheaper.
We said 'a tad', not 'a lot', and translated into US currency, thetrack-only beast
will happily enter a new owner's possession for $3.08 million.
Responsible for finding it a new home is Aston Martin Bristol, and an ad posted onDickLovett
is eager to provide some background info on it.
Number 15 out of a total 24 made was delivered new in August, and up until now, it has covered just 60 km (37 miles), most of which (if not all), on Spa Francorchamps, where it waspictured leading an asphalt-hungry pack
of other Vulcans.
Finished in Ceramic Grey with Blue accents, on top of a black interior,supercar is accompanied
by 12 months of unlimited mileage warranty, and as many for the roadside assistance, in addition to three full sets of tires - slicks, wets, and intermediates, which should come in handy if it encounters aMcLaren P1 GTR or a Ferrari FXX K