NBA Aston Martin Vanquish expected to fetch $1.25 million at auction

Want an NBA Aston Martin Vanquish signed by some of the biggest names in basketball history?

This 2002 NBA Aston Martin Vanquish was part of a 2009 basketball tournament which involved several retired NBA legends. Legendary players like Michael Jordan, David Robinson and John Stockton signed the car after the tournament.

NBA Aston Martin signed by NBA Legends

Here’s more on the NBA Aston Martin from the Goldin Auction website, the company in charge of selling the car to the highest bidder.

“This is not just any old Vanquish which rolled off the assembly line, but one which is the Official 50th Anniversary Hall of Fame car, a one-of-one car featuring the signatures of 50 basketball Hall of Famers! This tremendous sports car has been custom wrapped with an NBA “Hardwood” vinyl wrapping before being signed by basketball legends including Michael Jordan, Walt Bellamy, David Robinson, Dave Cowens, George Gervin, Marques Haynes, Bob Wanzer, Bob Houbregs, Jerry Sloan, Sam Jones, Rick Barry, Bob Kurland, Bob Lanier, Moses Malone, Bailey Howell, Calvin Murphy, Nancy Lieberman, Harry Gallatin, Ann Meyers, Charles Barkley, John Stockton, David Thompson, Dolph Schayes, and John Havlicek among others. On each side is a basketball with ESPN insignia, and the hood has the Children’s Safety Network logo and “50th Anniversary Hall of Fame”. Our consignor bought this car directly from the Children’s Safety Network two years ago as a charitable purchase.”

One of the premier sports cars in the world, this 2002 NBA Aston Martin Vanquish is in pristine condition with just over 5,000 miles. Every inch of the interior remains in excellent condition and the exterior is mostly excellent including body, paint, trim, bumpers, wheels and the top.

The NBA Aston Martin was purchased by car collector Geoff Abadee for $200,000. It’s expected to sell for over $1.25 million.

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