2010 Aston Martin Vantage brings Music to Children courtesy of charitybuzz

By Automotive Staff | March 17, 2010
Last month, we posted news from charitybuzz, a charity service firm that manages high-end auctions for many non-profit organizations. Now one lucky car enthusiast can bid for a 2010 Aston Martin Vantage coupe with proceeds going to the Music for America Project, which assist children interested in the music industry. Per charitybuzz: One lucky bidder will be able to create their own 2010 Aston Martin Vantage Coupe. Be the first to drive the new 2010 Vantage this summer, as only 3,000 of this model will be made! For an extra cost, you will have additional customizable features to choose from, including having your name put on a plate on the car’s interior. The Aston Martin Vantage Coupe has broken cover with an 8 cylinder model featuring some new exterior design and performance technology that should bring the aging Vantage back into relevance. Some standard features include: a 4.7 Litre V8 engine, 2 Door Coupe with tailgate, multipoint sequential fuel injection, 6-speed automated manual transmission, axle ration 3:91, gasoline otto cycle, 420 maximum horsepower, rear wheel drive, and much more! One piece of advice, try not to get a speeding ticket! Proceeds from this lot will go to the Music for America Project, an organization on a mission to provide avenues for children to achieve their musical dreams. Charitybuzz auctions VIP experiences and luxury goods on its web site to raise millions for nonprofits around the globe. Its cache of A-list celebrities and elite luxury brands attract a global audience excited to snag exclusive opportunities that ultimately give back. Bidding for this item ends Monday, March 29, 2010. Press release via charitybuzz