Conceived by then Aston Martin Chairman, Victor Gauntlett the Virage model originally carried the Development Project 2034 . The name Virage came about after AML held a competition to decide the name of the model. Virage, French for corner was the result , and it was with this name that the car was unveiled at the 1988 at the National Motor Show in Birmingham.
This car was originally delivered to UK long time agents HWM Motors on 24/4/1990, and was their demonstrator for a time.
Purchased and privately imported in 1999 by an Australian enthusiast, and subsequently sold by us to the last owner in 2002 who has nurtured the car for over 20 years.
This Virage is finished in Buckingham Green with a cream leather interior and green piping and carpets, and is the 6th car built in a series which would eventually total 411 coupe versions. HWM subsequently fitted this car with the traditional AM front wing vents as depicted in the original styling , but not include on the early production cars.
Heavily featured in David Dowsey’s excellent book on the marque: Aston Martin, Power Beauty and Soul, this Virage has covered just over 71,000
Kilometres and has a full set of handbooks as well as a copy of the original Virage brochure and file.
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