For a Hefty $3,400,000, You Can Be the Proud Owner of an Aston Martin Vulcan

If you weren’t among the original lucky few who bought the Aston Martin Vulcan, and if you have $3.4 million lying around, this is your chance to own the mighty track car.
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It might not sound much for a car of which only 24 were built, but if you get to think that you are not allowed to drive it on public roads, the sum asked by Cleveland Motorsports is humongous.

The Vulcan in question is the first one that was sold in the United States. The seller doesn’t give any details about the mileage, but given that the car was delivered to the dealership a few months ago, it’s unlikely to have been driven too much. The chassis number 007 is finished in Fiamma Red and has a black interior.

The track-only car that pays homage to one of Britain’s most known bombers, the Avro Vulcan, is made entirely from carbon fiber, both on the inside and on the outside. The use of carbon fiber for the whole chassis provides the perfect combination of a lightweight but stiff structure.

The vehicle is powered by a 7.0-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine, designed and developed in partnership with Aston Martin Racing, linked to a six-speed transaxle sequential gearbox and capable of more than 800 horsepower.

Aston knew that not everyone buying the Vulcan is a professional racing driver, so it installed a 3-position adjustable power output which allows the driver to set the car’s performance according to his skills.

The Vulcan complies with all relevant FIA race and safety requirements, including the Front Head Restrain system, so it’s ready anytime for you to red-line it on the track.

Described by Aston Martin as their most intense and exhilarating creation, born out of extensive motorsport experience, the Vulcan could be compared to the Ferrari FXX K or the McLaren P1 GTR, but the British carmaker lets you take it home and put it in your garage.
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