1986 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Saloon X Pack Automatic

1986 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Saloon X Pack Automatic

Original Right-Hand Drive Manufactured: 1 of 11 Units Built

Chassis No. SCFCV81V8JTR12593: Engine No. V/580/2593/X

Comprehensive 100 Point Restoration with Upgrades by

Aston Martin Works Service, Newport Pagnell UK


The Aston Martin V8 Vantage was hailed as "Britain's First Supercar" for its 170 mph (270 km/h) top speed when introduced. Its engine was shared with the Lagonda, but it used high-performance camshafts, increased compression ratio, larger inlet valves and bigger carburettors mounted on new manifolds for increased output. Straight-line performance was the best of the day, with acceleration from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 5.3 seconds, one-tenth of a second quicker than the Ferrari Daytona, its main competitor of the time.

Commissioned to a “No Expense Spared” 100-point restoration by Works Service, to the following unique specification and finishes including a 6.3 litre engine upgrade:

  • Exterior: Winchester Blue

  • Interior Trim: Magnolia Hide piped Blue

  • Interior Carpets: Blue Wilton edged Magnolia Hide

  • Dash top: Blue Hide

  • Steering Wheel Colour: Blue Hide

  • Wood Veneer: Burr Walnut

  • White Bespoke Custom Dials

  • Battery conditioner euro plug

  • Halogen headlights

  • Audio: Latest specification Alpine head unit

  • Exhaust: Stainless Steel system with heat treatment to manifolds and front pipes

  • Bespoke Central Locking System

  • Transmission: Modern 6-speed Automatic

  • Wheels: 16 Inch Ronal

  • Tyres: 255/50 ZR 16 Inch Michelin Pilot

  • Brakes: AP racing 6 pot callipers

  • Suspension: Standard Vantage specification

  • Car Cover: Bespoke in Body colour


We are proud to offer for sale this unbelievable one-off specification and highly collectable X Pack Coupe which has completed one of the most expensive restoration/upgrades ever completed by Aston Martin totalling some GBP 540,000.00.

Being just one of only 11 right hand drive models ever built, this must be one of the most collectable Aston Martin’s of all time.


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