Cars from the '90s are all the rage right now, so if you want to stand out, you have to buy something truly obscure. And nothing says obscure like a rare British grand touring car. Take for example this Aston Martin Virage. Built in extremely low numbers, it's . It looks great, and best of all, it sports a manual transmission. You should buy it.
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The seller says that this Virage has had the same owner for the past 20 years. At some point in its life, its automatic transmission was swapped out for a ZF five-speed manual. The seller says the factory digital gauge set was also swapped out in favor of analog cluster. Which means the true mileage is unknown thanks to that cluster swap, but judging by the pictures, the car looks to be in good condition. The paint shines nicely and those chrome-rim wheels match with paint perfectly.
One of about 400 examples worldwide, this Virage is one of the rarest Astons around. It comes from the factory with a 5.3-liter naturally aspirated V-8, four seats, and enough luggage space for every passenger. It's the perfect '90s GT car, with subdued looks to get you through the countryside with ease.
The car is with a Buy it Now price of $90,000 or best offer. It's not often these pop up for sale, especially with a stick. So if you're thinking about hopping onto the '90s bandwagon, this might be an interesting way to do it.