Aston Martin One-77  |  Spotted in Carmel, California

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Aston Martin One-77 spotted in Carmel, California

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  • Location
    Carmel, California
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    Without a doubt one of the most exciting spots ever especially when The One-77 NEVER sold in the U.S! However, only THREE exist in the country and this is the only one I ever spotted. I really like the color but it does look similar to the other Aston Martins in the photo too. The car is #66 and has Florida plates. How in the world did the owner managed to get it here?
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    King_AM
  • Date spotted
    08/20/16
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Comments (14 total)
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Interesting.. I guess I'll have to do some learning/research so I can try to distinguish the two.
Posted:  01/18/2017 15:49:56
 
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Hm. Interesting to note that.
Posted:  01/18/2017 15:09:00
 
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From Car and Driver: "It takes an eye keenly sensitized to Aston Martin nuance to distinguish a Virage from its DB stablemates. The grille, front bumper, and headlights are new—albeit familiar—and the side strakes shimmer with LEDs. The shape of the rocker panels has been fine-tuned, and a new diffuser spans the car below the rear bumper."
Posted:  01/18/2017 12:50:05
 
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Actually it appears that the DB9 is longer but only slightly
Posted:  01/18/2017 12:45:01
 
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I think the virage is a little longer imo and something about the rear 1/4 helps me, but doesnt give it away.
Posted:  01/18/2017 12:42:50
 
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@FanOfSuperCars Yeah, they literally look identical. Aren't the engines slightly different though?
Posted:  01/16/2017 19:49:38
 
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Yeah the only hard one from the last 20 years or so is Virage/DB9. Still haven't figured it out. Only difference I've come across apearance wise is the badging.
Posted:  01/16/2017 18:48:23
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@Werner They're not the easiest to distinguish between each model, but once you get used to seeing the different models a lot in person, you get used to them. In Florida, I see them quite often, so I'm pretty good at distinguishing most of them later than, say, 1997. But, I still don't have the DB9/Virage differences down, because there are nearly none.
Posted:  01/16/2017 18:19:13
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I don't know how to identify the different Aston Martins from each other. All I can get is the Vulcan, One:77, and DB5. Is it just me, or do British cars look the same?
Posted:  01/16/2017 17:43:08
 
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Here in Dallas we have a grayish one 77. They displayed it at the auto show a year ago.
Posted:  11/30/2016 13:16:14
 
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Not a bad spec on that DB9 behind it.
Posted:  11/29/2016 04:44:21
 
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And the DB9 GT Volante behind it! awesome find, wish i could have gone to monterey this year.
Posted:  11/29/2016 02:11:22
 
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Hmmm...Florida plates...
Posted:  11/29/2016 01:41:40
 
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My friend spotted a Silver One-77 in Beverly Hills, California when he was on holiday last year/this year (over Christmas break). Anyway, awesome spot and shot Ashoor! Love the colour, and I never thought I'd like the blue wheels to match, but I really do!
Posted:  11/29/2016 00:54:39
 
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