Evaluation: 1992 Geneva Motor Show display car, one of only two factory-built prototypes done from scratch (there are other, later conversions). Originally an automatic but later converted to manual. Excellent original paint and lightly worn interior. One small edge chip on each door. Clean original underbody and chassis shows age and limited use. Orderly but aged engine compartment. An intriguing car but stored since 2005, when it went to Aston Martin Works Service with 33,795 km (20,999 miles) on the odometer.
Bottom Line: Based on the Lagonda chassis and developed for a specialist market with engine development by Callaway Engineering in Old Lyme, Connecticut. More room inside for passengers and dogs, a distinctive shape, excellent performance and exceptionally rare despite being statically displayed for 17 years and needing thorough, and expensive, recommissioning, contingent costs that are well contained at this price. A sound value in a rare Aston.