DB7 Anniversary Edition
DB7 Anniversary Edition

DB7 Anniversary Edition

(2003)

To mark both the 10th anniversary of the DB7 and the ending of production of what was at the time, the most successful Aston Martin of all time, the company announced a limited run of just 100 special cars to commemorate the event. Initially, I believed 33 had been made but following recent information received from a good friend and reliable source, it now appears that 55 were eventually built split between 25 RHD, and 30 LHD of which only 6 went to the US.

DB7 Anniversary Edition

The DB7 Anniversary Edition was available as both coupe or Volante. All coachwork was finished in the same special shade of Slate blue with a contrasting interior of both Caspian Blue and Artic Blue leather. The lighter Artic blue is used on the pleated centre seat panels – making the seats unique to this model. Many items, previously optional extras were made standard on the Anniversary – Touchtronic transmission, graphite grey brake callipers, premium stereo system, sat-nav, colour keyed steering wheel, powerfold mirrors plus parchment instrument dials.

These photographs were taken during the AMOC open day to mark the opening of the Gaydon Facility in September 2003. Although built at Bloxham, the cars appear to be undergoing pre-delivery inspections.