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Aston Martin DB2 /4 Saloon Shortlist +9
£240,000

Year 1954

Mileage 65,150

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

1954 Aston Martin DB2 /4 Saloon, 65150 miles, Moonbeam Grey, Petrol, Manual Transmission, £240000
Aston Martin DB4 Convertible Shortlist +15
POA

Year 1963

Mileage 145,766

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

1963 Aston Martin DB4 Convertible1 of only 70 builtAston Martin Bristol is honoured to offer for sale one of the most desirable and iconic Aston Martin models ever produced; the DB4 Convertible.The DB4 heralded a new era for Aston Martin and put the company back in competition with other high performance sports car manufacturers. The convertible model was announced at the London Motor Show in 1961 and featured a 3.6 litre straight six, which produced 240 horsepower. The DB4 was one of the first production cars capable of 0-60 mph in less than 10 seconds.Our car is finished in stunning Caribbean Pearl with a Dark Blue leather interior – its original factory colour combination from 1963. This DB4 Convertible has a wealth of history, notably including a full suspension rebuild in 2005, a complete engine and engine bay rebuild in 2008, bodywork restoration in 2015 and a complete re-trim in 2016. The car comes complete with a fully restored detachable colour-coded hardtop and cover, which in itself is an incredibly rare option.This gorgeous DB4 Convertible has had a substantial amount of coverage at various Concours events over the years, including numerous entries into the Aston Martin Owners Club Concours, the Royal Windsor Concours and the Louis Vuitton Concours D’Elegance. Every entry is recorded through photographs, entry slips and newspaper cuttings, which all add to the unique and comprehensive history of this car. Linking Aston Martin’s renowned style and performance with the joys of the open-air, the DB4 Convertible is the rarest Aston Martin road car of the David Brown era (with the exception of the Zagato), with a total production of just 70 examples. What’s more, this truly remarkable example is one of only five DB4 Convertible’s kn
Aston Martin DBS Dbs Fully Restored Over 2 Years V Shortlist +19
£169,995

Year 1969

Mileage 81,000

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Tax £235

Insurance group n/a

MPG n/a

UPDATE .... NOW COMPLETED THIS IS A STUNNING LOOKING VEHICLE WE HAVE INVESTED OVER £50000 INTO THE VEHICLE IT WILL BE WITHOUT DOUBT ONE OF THE BEST AVAILABLE ....... 1969 ASTON MARTIN DBS 1ST REGISTERED IN FEBRUARY 1969 THIS DBS HAS HAD JUST 4 FORMER KEEPERS THE LAST OWNER HAVING THE VEHICLE SOME 37 YEARS . THE 1ST OWNER PURCHASED THE CAR NEW AND SOLD IT TO PHILIPPOS CATERING CO IN THE SAME CITY AS HIMSELF IN 1977 IN 1978 IT WAS AQUIRED BY A WELL KNOWN DEALER WHOM REGISTERED IT IN HIS OWN NAME BEFORE SELLING TO THE FINAL OWNER SO IN ESSANCE 3 FORMER KEEPERS NOT 4 . IN JUNE 1978 AT C 77000 MILES THE CAR WAS SUBSTANTUALLY OVERHAULED BY HOLDERS OF CONGRESBURY LTD INCLUDING A FULL ENGINE AND GEARBOX REBUILD WITH INVOICES FOR THIS WORK IN THE HISTORY FILE WHEN ADVERTISED FOR SALE IN 1978 IT WAS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS PEARL OYSTER WITH BLUE HIDE AUTOMATIC CHROME WIRE WHEELS POWER STEERING SUNDYM GLASS 74000 MILES THE LAST OWNER USED THE CAR VERY LIGHTLY OVER THE NEXT 9 YEARS COVERING JUST 3750 MILES BEFORE HE FELL ILL IN 1987 WHERE IT WENT INTO STORAGE AND HAS REMAINED UNTILL WE PURCHASED THE CAR HAD NOT BEEN STARTED FOR 28 YEARS WHEN WE GOT IT . ON ARRIVAL WITH OURSELVES THE VEHICLE WENT TO A CLASSIC SPECIALIST WE USE AND THE REMIT WAS FOR THEM TO VERY GENTLY BRING THE CAR BACK TO LIFE WE SPENT CONSIDERABLE SUMS DOING THIS WITH ALL INVOICES ON FILE IN THE HISTORY FOLDER AND SOME 3 MONTHS LATER IT WAS A DELIGHT TO SEE THE VEHICLE DRIVING AROUND THE ENCLOSED YARD BEHIND OUR DEALERSHIP AND IT SOUNDED FANTASTIC GENTLE AND SYMPATHETIC RECOMMISIONING HAD BROUGHT THE CAR BACK TO LIFE AFTER 27 YEARS O
Aston Martin Vantage V8 Vantage Shortlist +18
£199,950

Year 1979

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

----Extensive history file with numerous invoices of works completed ----Genuine factory built Vantage ----Original colour scheme of Storm Red with Parchment hide ----Phenomenal driving experience ............ This iconic Aston Martin V8 Vantage for sale at DD Classics is finished beautifully in its original colour of Storm Red, as stated on the Aston Martin chassis records within its substantial history file. Inside, the Vantage is upholstered in a lovely Parchment hide, with Black with Black piped carpets and a Beige headlining. With a 5,340cc V8 engine, the Aston Martin has ample power, providing a phenomenal driving experience that only a V8 Vantage can deliver. Our car is a 5-speed manual and is easily drivable in all situations. Accompanying car is an extensive history file, which includes a vast array of invoices detailing works carried out throughout its life. With its lovely history, beautiful coachwork and powerful engine this is an example that would shine in any Aston Martin collection.
Aston Martin Vantage V8 Vantage X-Pack Shortlist +19
£435,000

Year 1990

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

- UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY - Last LHD V8 Vantage X-Pack built! - 1 of only 36 LHD manufactured - 1 of only 97 with manual transmission - 1 of just 137 Vantage X-Packs built in total - Handsome and most traditional colour scheme of Balmoral Green with Fawn leather piped with Green - Absolutely stunning - An investors dream! Announced on February 1977 the Aston Martin V8 Vantage took the motoring world by storm. It was the first time that the company had used the ‘Vantage’ name since the six-cylinder DBS. In early 1986, the final series of the V8 Vantage motor cars were fitted with the same 580X engine as previewed in the V8 Vantage Zagato and the X-pack was born, boasting an incredible 432 bhp. This brutish yet elegant coupé was once the fastest accelerating production car in the world. “It’s performance is simply stupendous and relentless… this Aston simply lays a trail of rubber as the big clutch bites positively, and then takes off like a scalded tiger… I had the needle as far as 150mph and even then there was no sign of the acceleration tailing off…” – Clive Richardson writing in Motor Sport magazine The Aston Martin V8 Vantage X-Pack for sale at DD Classics is the last LHD Vantage X-Pack ever built. The car was tastefully specified as follows: Balmoral Green with fabulous Fawn hide piped with Green piping for the upholstery. Matching Green hide is used in the dash top roll, steering wheel and cowl, with green Wilton carpets edged in the same dark Green leather and bBeige headlining. Our car also benefits from beautiful Burr Walnut trim. Our car has only travelled 33,000 miles from new and is in fabulous condition throughout. The X Pack V8 engine coupled to a 5-speed ZF manual gearbox produces one of the most phenomenal driving experiences you could wish
Aston Martin DB6 Volante Shortlist +19
POA

Year 1968

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

- One of the rarest of post-war Aston Martins - The first Aston Martin to use the iconic ‘Volante’ name - Highly usable ZF four-speed automatic gearbox - Extensive history file with invoices dating from 1977 till the present day - 1 of only 140 “Mark 1” DB6 Volantes produced The Aston Martin DB6 was launched at the 1965 Paris/London Motor Shows, arriving at a difficult time for the company with the UK economy struggling and the U.S market becoming subject to more and more regulation. Their primary aim was to increase the rear-seat space of the immensely popular DB5, resulting in an extensive re-style with a raised roofline and reshaped rear quarter windows. The resulting design made the DB6 a genuine four-seater tourer. 1 of 140 ‘Mark 1’ DB6 Volantes made, this particular DB6 was supplied by HR Owen in September 1968 in Croydon, Surrey. The Aston Martin Heritage certificate reveals that the car left the factory equipped with Borg Warner automatic transmission, power assisted steering, chrome road wheels, three-ear hubcaps, power aerial, and two Sebring wing mirrors. Our Aston was registered with the number ‘VLW 951G’, which it retains to this day. Subject to a very comprehensive rebuild by recognised Aston Martin specialists several years ago the car is in immaculate condition. Works undertaken include removing and overhauling the carburettors; a full engine tune; overhauling the suspension; fitting the manufacturer’s up-rated brake servo kit; installing new Wilton carpeting; and replacing all five tyres with new radials. Other parts renewed include the water pump; crown wheel and pinion; front and rear hubs; and front wheel bearings. Invoices for all of the aforementioned works are in the substantial history file with invoices from 1977 till the presen
Aston Martin DB5 . Shortlist +18
£650,000

Year 1964

Mileage Unknown

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

The DB5 is probably the most famous Aston Martin because of the specially equipped Silver Birch DB5 that starred in the James Bond film "Goldfinger" and in standard form in "Thunderball". The DB5 made a comeback to the big screen in the 1995 film "GoldenEye", and has had a cameo role in subsequent Bond movies. The launch of the Aston Martin DB5 in 1963 was memorable for many reasons. Its arrival coincided with the departure of John Wyer who had contributed so much to the early David Brown era at Feltham. It also bore the mark of one the masters who continued to work for Aston Martin developing the great V8 engine – Tadek Marek . Regarded by many as the most beautiful Aston Martin produced, the DB5 shared many similar traits to the DB4 but a major change was the enlargement of the engine. By increasing the bore to 96mm, the capacity increased to a full 4 litre and three SU carburettors helped deliver the smooth torque curve – but more power meant that the old single place clutch needed to be replaced with a 9 inch Borg & Beck diaphragm unit, significantly reducing the pedal pressure needed The valve covers and the exhaust manifolds were stove enamelled and a small hydraulic damper at the front of the engine eliminated vertical shake. There was a larger air filter and later a Lucas alternator to cope with the increase in electrical gadgets. The four speed gearbox with overdrive from the DB4 was also superseded by the introduction of a full synchromesh ZF 5 speed gearbox. Other chassis changes included the adoption of the Girling disc brakes that had only been used on the DB4GT, along with 15” wheels. Even though it was a very expensive car at £4,175, 1,021 were built – 89 less than the total number of DB4’s produced - before the introduction of the DB6. But de
Aston Martin DB4 Series III Shortlist +9
£490,000

Year 1961

Mileage 50,100

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

When the single pale primrose DB4 was launched at the Paris Salon in October 1958, Marcel Blondeau, the French distributor for Aston Martin approached John Wyer on the stand with tears in his eyes "This is not a car, it is a folly, but I can sell as many as you can supply." With a top speed of 140 mph, it was one of the fastest four seaters in the world and was on a par with the best of Italian Grand Turismos. Not wholly surprising, given the decision to have this distillation of years of Feltham ideas designed by Touring of Milan using their “Superleggera” system. The body consisted entirely of aluminium mounted on a trellis of small diameter steel tubes welded together. Body panels were attached to the trellis and clinched around angle plates which were welded to the members with graphite pads. Items like windscreen, rear window frames an angle sections for the door hinges were attached directly to the frame. The design delivered slim proportions and outstanding all-round visibility. With the body mounted on a platform chassis, the seats could be set low without resorting to deep sills. The doors, which undercut the windscreen, were wide with frameless windows – no quarter lights – and the rear windows opened hingeing on their forward edges. Easier access to the rear with its new full width rear seat, past hinged and adjustable front seats from Reutter. The wide parcel shelf concealed the presence of a 19 gallon petrol tank while at the back of the car, the boot lid opened to floor level. The battery, with its own master switch was behind a panel in the right hand wing and the spare wheel was in a separate contained under the boot floor. Power came from the all new Tadek Marek twin overhead cam aluminium engine that weighed in 22Kg less than its predecesso
Aston Martin DB2 /4 Shortlist +8
£199,950

Year 1959

Mileage 13,764

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

The final refinement of the cars based on Claude Hill’s design and the Lagonda six cylinder twin overhead camshaft engine, is the DB Mark III. Launched in March 1957 at the Geneva Motor Show, it was available for export only until the London Motor Show in October of the same year. The model remained in production for about nine months after the DB4 was introduced. Of the 550 (approximately) cars produce over two thirds were exported to the U.S.A. The chassis specification was very similar to the DB2/4 MkII. An option of Girling front disc brakes was available from the start of production but became a standard fitting after the first 100 cars were produced. Tadek Marek, the gifted engineer who had recently joined Aston Martin and would go on to design the next generation 6 cylinder engines and then the V8, virtually re-designed the 3.0 litre engine. This included a new block (with top seating Liners), a stiffer crankcase, a new crankshaft, oil pump and timing chain. Performance was equally improved by re-designing the induction and exhaust manifolds, whilst the ports are based on the DB3S engine, with larger valves and high lift camshafts. The majority of cars were fitted with the DBA engine, which was claimed to produce 162 b.h.p. at 5500 r.p.m., breathing though twin SU carburettors. A few (47) cars were supplied with the uprated DBD specification enginewith triple SU carburettors giving an advertised 180 bhp. In appearance, the Mark III can be distinguished from the MkII at the front by the elegant shaped radiator opening adopted from the DB3S and consequently compound curves of the front of the bonnet, which can be traced on all subsequent models including the V8. And from the rear by the cathedral rear lights which give the car a much cleaner appearance. Openi
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