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Traded my 2010 Cali for Aston DB11

Discussion in 'California/Portofino' started by Dohangs, Jun 9, 2019.

  1. Dohangs

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    #1 Dohangs, Jun 9, 2019
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    I wanted to let fchat members know my 2010 California Grigio Silverstone/Cuio is for sale at Aston Martn Palm Beach. It has some nice options including Daytona seats with Black alcantera inserts, LEDs, Novitec lowering springs with wheel spacers. Yellow brake Calipers, carbon fiber rear panel. Mileage is 28,5xx. Would love to have a member pick it up. Ask for Lance Pain and let him know Spiro referred you.
     

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  2. Fireman1291

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    You'll regret that trade and pickup a Cali30 or Portofino in no time. AM build quality is **** and makes our sticky buttons seem like a godsend lol.
     
  3. 4th_gear

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    Well, I hope you will enjoy your new AM DB11. ;) It is after all an exotic iconic brand, hopefully the V12 version and 9 years newer, albeit quite a bit heavier, turbo and even more of a GT than the Cali. The swan doors, quite practical in urban driving but I never warmed up to them. Also needs lowering. :D
     
  4. Dohangs

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    Thanks! I always wanted a 12 cyl Aston. The DB11 sounds great for a turbo, looks the part and has a little more room for my son. Also has an upgraded infotainment system. Compared to the Astons of old, this is probably their best effort yet.
     
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  5. Carnut

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    Congrats, I have driven the DB11 coupe, it seemed like it was well put together, certainly a very nice interior, though I felt the steering was a bit vague, then again I was driving my Evora 400 before I drove the DB11, so it might have been because of that. Good luck with it, and I hope you bought a used one.
     

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