Specifications

Brand
Aston Martin
Model
DB
Construction year
1966-02
Mileage
8054 km
Fuel
Gasoline
Transmission
Automatic
Power
210 kW / 285 HP
Bodywork
Coupe
€ 325.000,-

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Color group exterior
Grey
Cylinder capacity
3995cm3
Cylinders count
6
Drive type
Rear
Has carpass
No
Interior color
Black
Is metallic
No
Interior color
Black
Upholstery
Full leather

Options & equipment

Comfort

Exterior

Infotainment

Lighting

Miscellaneous

Safety

Description

Aston Martin DB6 Automatic RHD

  • Chassis DB6/2472/R
  • Gearbox number 10079
  • Rear axle number A/66/76
  • Engine 400/2376
  • 3995 ccm
  • Production date 1 February 1966
  • Delivery date 4 February 1966
  • Destination delivery : Eton Motor Group
  • Colour Ext Dubonnet - Repeinted in Grey
  • Colour Trim Black
  • Certificate of build available
  • Last service 13/02/2020 - 3.047.41 Euros
  • Proper maintenance and in very good condition
  • Power Steering

Options

Borg Warner automatic gearbox
Limited slip differential
Chrome Roadwheels
Heated rear window
Three ear hub caps
Powered aerial
Fiam horns with a change over switch
Avon Turbo Speed GT tyres
The price of this vehiele when new was £3,422.18
£865.18s.9d Purchase Tax.
The first recorded owner was G.Mason-Styrron Esq., Churt, Surrey.
The registration mark HAA 23D was issued in Hampshire.

History

Made famous by the legendary James Bond as well as by their dynamic qualities, the Aston Martin DB series combined the elegance of a classy British

home with beautiful Italian lines and a nicely powerful and gutsy engine. Last heir to the line created by Italian design house Carrozzeria Touring, the DB6 had

the advantage of a more spacious interior than its predecessors, though the motive power still remained the bewitching and splendid six-cylinder dual overhead cam

engine developing 285bhp.

'Dubonnet' red in colour, with black leather interior, this right-hand-drive DB6 rolled out of the factory on the 1st of February 1966, and was delivered on the

21st of the same month to dealer Eton Motor Group, for them to hand over the car to its original owner, G. Mason-Styrron, from Surrey. The car featured

a Borg-Warner automatic (which is what the car comes with even now), a limited-slip differential, chrome spoke wheels, a rear window heater, a power

antenna, three-eared butterfly wheel nuts and a special horn. The car has since been equipped with power steering and a Sony three-speaker stereo

system, all installed in 2001 at The Aston Workshop in the UK. The car comes with a impressive invoice file, from 1970 to 2010, reflecting the thorough

servicing and maintenance procedure followed. Between 1979 and


1983, work was carried out by the Aston Martin Hyde Vale garage in London, and then at The Aston Workshop. In 1997/1998, it received a major

overhaul with many parts replaced, including parts for the braking system, floor mats and else.


Here's a car in a very good condition, whose owners have obviously taken great care of it, which is particularly important for

this model series.


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