SAN DIEGO – Face it: Few will ever have the opportunity to see an Aston Martin up close, much less drive one. These cars are movie props more than daily drivers, better suited for celebrities or gadget-loving secret agents than the motoring masses. But for the achievers among us – those willing to come up with $160,000 and join an 18-month waiting list for Aston’s new DB9 coupe – the experience can be had. Or, for an additional $13,000, make that a drop-top. Aston Martin DB9 Go ...
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