• Aston Martin Vantage being sold at auto garage sale for $75,000

A reminder to those people who own sports cars; please treat them with utmost care. And in the event that you decide to sell these cars, please give them more respect than leaving them out in the sun like they’re some kind of rusted-up lawnmower in a garage sale.

If you’re wondering why we’re a little, shall we say, perturbed, it’s because we found out that there’s a man somewhere in Utah that decided to have a little auto sale of his vehicles, which really isn’t a big deal except that one of those vehicles sitting idly on the lot as if it was getting a tan just so happened to be an Aston Martin V8 Vantage.

If this guy wants to sell his Vantage, by all means, he’s got every right to do so. We just don’t know if he understands just how special this car is. Sure, there’s a $75,000 price tag attached to it, but in this case, it’s not really about the money.

It’s about an Aston Martin Vantage being treated just like any other used-up car, which it definitely is not.


Source: Daily Derbi

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  (446) posted on 02.23.2012

I agree that this car that has been known by many and must be treated with utmost care. Anyone who see this would feel anxious with the way they treat the cars—most specially a sport car.

  (410) posted on 06.24.2011

Its sad to know that a car which idolizes by many drivers is just dumped like that in a garage with a For Sale thing on it.

  (676) posted on 09.20.2010

The badges look like they’re from a private auto club. There are countless clubs in the UK like the Morris Marina club.

  (1211) posted on 09.19.2010

How much further upmarket can they go? They’re not exactly cheap as it is! Aston’s are nice cars though

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