I'm a push over for cool and unique cars, so yes, I probably would buy one again. I don't think the car would be high on my priority list, but it had understated class and unexpected power. Aston came our with a modified Virage that was visually more masculine; that would probably be the Virage I'd try next.
Mine was very low miles, it had averaged under 1,000 miles per year. When I started driving it fairly regularly, it when through the typical phase that required a lot of maintenance, as everything (rubber gaskets, etc) that had atrophied during 12 years of limited use needed replaced. It was pretty annoying, but to be expected.
I sold the car for the very same price as I paid about three years later. When I was driving to meet the buyer to sign papers and swap payment in exchange for the car, the check engine light came on during my 30 mile drive. The timing of that was rather frustrating.
It took a little explaining to the owner that it had truly just come on and that it wasn't a sign that the world was ending. Luckily for me, he was a Virage "collector" and already had one as well as having a close friend who had two, so he was about as understanding as anyone could be. He was apparently trying to corner the market!
Too bad I don't recall his name, or he could chime in on this thread. Who knows, maybe he is on this forum!