Aston Martin DB9 1:8 Scale Replica for Sale

If you are an Aston Martin owner or fan or you collect classic cars replicas, then you will be happy to hear about the newest item from Amalgam Fine Collection, a completely handmade scale replica of an Aston Martin DB9.

The 1:8 scale model has been crafted with attention to every detail, following exactly de original design of Ian Callum and Henrik Fisker, from the single-sweep roofline that flows to a distinctive tail to the grille, metal side strakes, signature rear window shape and wide curvaceous haunches.

This exact replica can be purchased at the price of £2750 ($4,350), reported. So, Aston Martin and car replicas amateurs, you have to dig deep down in your pocket if you want to see how this DB9 scale model would look on your desk.

As for the original vehicle, the Aston Martin DB9 was first introduced in 2003 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and was delivered to customers worldwide starting the spring of 2004. The DB9, which was named after David Brown, who owned Aston Martin for a significant period of time, was the first car to be built at the Gaydon facility.

The DB9 Coupe, like the one the replica was made after, features a 6.0L V12 engine that develops 470 horsepower and has an artificial neural network implemented at the hardware level to detect engine misfires. The interior features a hand-trimmed cabin with wood and leather.

DB9 Coupe’s windscreen surround is cast aluminium, while the door frames and inner panels, steering column and gear change paddles are all made from magnesium. Therefore, its body structure is light and rigid, which improves acceleration, agility, steering response, braking and fuel economy. For buying a real Aston Martin DB9 car, you would have to pay around $200,000. A 1:8 replica definitely sounds more approachable.
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