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So I went by a car dealership yesterday evening with the intent to buy a used car; upon test driving it, I fell in love with it! This thing was the perfect combination of luxury and sport, and the fact that it was a manual made it all the better. I only have one problem; the price tag. Now, I can put up a sizeable down payment on this thing and drive away with payments in the $600 USD range for the next four years, or I can just walk away. I've decided to make a riddle about the car, and after you guess what it is (if you did any research), do you think I should give it more consideration or just walk away?

British designed, like driving in heaven;

A famous car worldwide, driven by seven.

My heart is pounding, right out of my chest;

Dumping the clutch, while out on a test.

Buying this car, is expensive indeed;

But I want it, desire it, this car I need.

What car am I wanting to buy?

You’ll need the make and model to be correct.

Also, how many clues did you find?

Hint:

A hint you may need, this car is fun; look no further than a union of ones.

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I think you want-

Aston martin. probably the DB11 (you said union of ones)

Reason

British made, driven by 007 aka james bond, it is a famous and expensive sports car brand

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  • $\begingroup$ You’re halfway there; I’m looking at a specific model. $\endgroup$ – PerpetualJ Aug 23 '18 at 16:09
  • $\begingroup$ how about now ? $\endgroup$ – Shahriar Mahmud Sajid Aug 23 '18 at 16:15
  • $\begingroup$ ah, haha too late eh $\endgroup$ – jwi Aug 23 '18 at 16:17
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Building on Shahriar's answer:

Is it:

Aston Martin One-77?

British designed, like driving in heaven; A famous car worldwide, driven by seven.

British made, driven by 007, and only 77 of them were made

Look no further than a union of ones.

Bit of a stretch, it's a ONE-77. Hopefully can be interpreted as union With ones?

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    $\begingroup$ If only! That car falls into a category I just can’t afford! Great answer! $\endgroup$ – PerpetualJ Aug 23 '18 at 16:18

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