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Someone has already flipped their Aston Martin Vanquish S "Red Arrows"

1y ago

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Recently Q by Aston Martin and and the Royal Air Force collaborated to create 10 Aston Martin Vanquish S "Red Arrows" showcasing UK engineering, precision and innovation and to help raise funds for a service charity.

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9 models were given to the new owners at a private event whilst the last model Red 10 was given to the RAF Benevolent Fun who raffled it out for charity at £20 per raffle ticket.

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And now it appears soon after, someone has already flipped their car as Red 7 has appeared for sale at at £339,950. We know Aston Martin are against flipping looking at the previous Valkyrie flip attempts so I wonder how this happened. Did a customer purchase on behalf of the dealership, was the dealership actually one of the people who got the chance to purchase the car directly or is this just straight up a quick flip (which I personally am not against nor anything against dealership). It's just always interesting to see how quick someone managers to flip a car, and on that what's the quickest car flip you've seen?

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Comments (17)
  • Great post Mahmood! Promoted 👍🏻

    1 year ago
  • It is ridiculous that the brands try to control what you do with the car that you payed to have.

    1 year ago

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