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I am a big fan of AM Unobtanium.

The mere fact that you cannot buy a DB10 will ensure this one gets a big price. Basically a modified Vantage I still love it.....plus it's a 6-speed manual !! You'd buy it for that reason alone, wouldn't you ...............
 

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I read somewhere that the studio (or was it D. Craig?) insisted on a manual transmission when discussing this car with Aston Martin.
 

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I read somewhere that the studio (or was it D. Craig?) insisted on a manual transmission when discussing this car with Aston Martin.
I have read somewhere that DC likes manual cars so maybe it was his idea for the manual DB10.

Out of the 10 cars built, 8 were modified/crashed/destroyed and 2 kept as showpieces. This is one of those 2 cars and I would suggest AM will stash the other away forever....so realistically this is the only opportunity. As a collector piece worth possibly twice the value of a One-77 (in my opinion)....the price really doesn't enter the equation, it's the availability.
 

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This will be a full scale "dick wigglin" contest of epic proportions.
 

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Those 6-speed transmissions are sublime when negotiating round-a-bouts and traffic cones on unfamiliar roads in a different country on the wrong side of the road....
 

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...sitting in the wrong seat.
 

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I see it sold for £2.4M. Was it you Chris?! :stickpoke
No, dad wasn't going that high. He put a phone bid in with his agent at a figure he was happy and left it at that. He didn't attend the auction in person as he was not well. The DB10 cannot be driven on the road, never homologated
 
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