For Almost $500K, These Orange Aston Martins Can Be Your Whole Personality

For Almost $500K, These Orange Aston Martins Can Be Your Whole Personality

If you want to stand out, and I mean truly stand out, and you have a few hundred grand to burn on a collection of cars, you might want to head to the fine auctioneers at Bonhams. In a few weeks, they’ll have a collection of orange Aston Martin’s heading to the auction block.

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Called The Orange Collection, it consists of every single car in Aston Martin’s lineup from 2010. According to Bonhams, the cars were commissioned by a private buyer, who wanted every single one to be painted in the same hue of Tangerine Orange —though it’s really more of a Cheeto Orange. Each car has matching orange leather interiors with tan carpeting.

With these being Astons from just over a decade ago, they’re all relatively cheap for what they are. Each one has just a few hundred miles on them, or delivery miles, between 70 and 235, according to Robb Report. The collection is interesting in that whoever it was that had these cars made, he really wanted every car Aston sold.

2011 Aston Martin DB9 CoupeImage: Bonhams

There’s coupe and convertible versions of the DB9 that are going for $63,000-$95,000.

2010 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster

2010 Aston Martin V8 Vantage RoadsterImage: Bonhams

A V8 Vantage coupe and convertible going for $42,000-$63,000.

 2010 Aston Martin V12 Vantage Coupe

2010 Aston Martin V12 Vantage CoupeImage: Bonhams

A V12 Vantage going for $53,000-$85,000.

2010 Aston Martin Rapide

2010 Aston Martin RapideImage: Aston Martin

And a Rapide for $42,000-$63,000.

2010 Aston Martin DBS Coupe

2010 Aston Martin DBS CoupeImage: Bonhams

The crown jewels of the collection however are a pair of DBSs (one coupe and one convertible) going for $85,000-$120,000. A 5.9-liter V12 with 510 horsepower for that kind of money is a pretty good deal.

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Bonhams is holding the auction on October 8 in Le Zoute, Belgium. While each car is listed and can be purchased separately, if you’re feeling wild, the whole collection can be purchased for just under half a million bucks. Then you can be an entirely new person.