“Painstakingly hand-built here at Aston Martin Works, the historic home of the brand since 1955, this particular car is special not only by virtue of being the first Continuation car built for a customer but also, today, for having such a low recorded mileage,” said President of Aston Martin Works, Paul Spires. “I’m sure it will attract very significant interest from potential owners around the world, and I very much look forward to seeing how and where it begins its racing career in due course.”

The car is likely not street-legal but if you can afford the asking price, you can afford to rent a racetrack to drive it. Aston Martin Works has not published an asking price but we are sure the original owner will be handsomely rewarded for taking delivery of this car and never driving it.

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