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The First Aston Martin Vulcan In America Is Still For Sale At Just $3.4 Million

All photos credit Aston Martin Cleveland
All photos credit Aston Martin Cleveland

There’s something funny to me about seeing a car as rare as an Aston Martin Vulcan for sale on any old car dealer website. Sure, Cleveland Motorsports is a luxury shop that sells Rolls-Royces, Astons and more, but it is still a car dealership, so the listing has a banner that says “Special Offer, a window to see factory incentives, and a finance calculator. We can assume none of that applies here.

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After all, why would it? The Vulcan is an 811 horsepower superfiend with a 7.0-liter naturally aspirated V12, aero like a race car, carbon fiber everything, and also it’s not even road legal. (There was one owner who made it so, but this ain’t that car.)

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Even if you can’t drive it on the road in America, you can buy it in Cleveland for the low, low price of $3.4 million.

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This particular Flamma Red Vulcan is chassis no. 007 of just 24 made and is apparently the first Vulcan for sale in the U.S. As Motor Authority noted, that dealer has sold a few other Vulcans before, but consider this your reminder that the orange one remains for sale there too.

“Only 1 model left in stock!”
“Only 1 model left in stock!”
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The next-most expensive car for sale at the dealership, if you’re curious, is a $438,150 Rolls-Royce Dawn. You could buy eight of those for about the price of this one Vulcan.

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Just remember the fine print here:

**With approved credit. Terms may vary. Monthly payments are only estimates derived from the vehicle price with a 72 month term, 4.9% interest and 20% downpayment.

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Any takers?

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Hat tip to Timothy!

Editor-in-Chief at Jalopnik. 2002 Toyota 4Runner.

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Squadra Veloce Tony

I’m not surprised it’s sitting, this price is insane. Being wealthy doesn’t mean people are stupid. You could buy several Ferrari or Lamborghini competition cars and finance years worth of racing for the price of this one car. I could only see a very very wealthy collector buying this honestly.