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Re: Any Aston Martin DB9 owners here? [Re: GunTruck50] #16270216 07/21/21
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Originally Posted by GunTruck50


I own the Jag XK8.

bullshit, JeffObama


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Re: Any Aston Martin DB9 owners here? [Re: nyrifleman] #16270311 07/21/21
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Re: Any Aston Martin DB9 owners here? [Re: nyrifleman] #16275934 07/23/21
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Test drove it today.

grin

Love it.

Owner just did a full tune up, front and rear brakes, recharged the AC, filters, oil, et cetera a week ago.

He's going to let me take it for a couple of hours next Friday.

I think its coming home with me.


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Re: Any Aston Martin DB9 owners here? [Re: nyrifleman] #16276374 07/23/21
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IMO, a great choice... a friend has a Vantage and I had a chance to at least sit in it and the craftsmanship in the interior, engine compartment, and assembly of the body components are equal to the great looks. The leather interior and stitching was impeccable and everything in the cockpit just seemed to be in the right place for a real drivers' car... with all the maintenance done already and that price you can't really go wrong on it...

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Re: Any Aston Martin DB9 owners here? [Re: nyrifleman] #16391953 08/31/21
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I bought it.

Loving the exhaust note.

Will update.


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Re: Any Aston Martin DB9 owners here? [Re: nyrifleman] #16392344 08/31/21
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Originally Posted by nyrifleman
Reliability? Maintenance costs? Issues?

I may have an opportunity to purchase a 2005 with 15K miles for under 40k.

Garage stored, owner is a good friend.

Another good friend is a top notch mechanic, keeps my Ram in tip top shape.

Did as much research as possible online, hoping someone here has actual experience.

Thoughts?


Any part will cost thousands of dollars not counting the import cost. Run away


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