1959
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  • ASTON MARTIN
    DB 4 Serie I Coupé LHD

    • "Matching Numbers"
    • 1 of only 73 examples with LHD
    • Beautiful colourscheme
    Colour California Sage Green
    Interior Leather Olive Green
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Mileage 26050 km
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    The Aston Martin DB 4 was presented at the London Motor Show in October 1958. It marked the beginning of the legendary era of the classic David Brown Aston Martins with Italian Touring design, which was further developed towards the DB 6. From 1958 to 1963, 1,185 DB 4 were manufactured, of which only 150 units of the Series I were built until February 1960.
    This early Aston Martin DB 4 Series I was initially delivered to Washington, D.C. in January 1960. It spent most of its life in the USA and in 2007 it was added to a major Aston Martin  collection. At that time the car had only run 26,000 miles, according to the previous owner.

    This DB 4 is one of only 73 left-hand drive examples of the Series I. It features its original engine (“matching-numbers”) and impresses with its stunning colour combination. The car was carefully part-restored on a very good original basis. The Aston Martin DB 4 combines all the attributes of a legendary sports car: beauty, speed, perfect craftmanship and rarity. A car for the discerning and purist collector!

    435.000,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    The Aston Martin DB 4 was presented at the London Motor Show in October 1958. It marked the beginning of the legendary era of the classic David Brown Aston Martins with Italian Touring design, which was further developed towards the DB 6. From 1958 to 1963, 1,185 DB 4 were manufactured, of which only 150 units of the Series I were built until February 1960.
    This early Aston Martin DB 4 Series I was initially delivered to Washington, D.C. in January 1960. It spent most of its life in the USA and in 2007 it was added to a major Aston Martin  collection. At that time the car had only run 26,000 miles, according to the previous owner.

    This DB 4 is one of only 73 left-hand drive examples of the Series I. It features its original engine (“matching-numbers”) and impresses with its stunning colour combination. The car was carefully part-restored on a very good original basis. The Aston Martin DB 4 combines all the attributes of a legendary sports car: beauty, speed, perfect craftmanship and rarity. A car for the discerning and purist collector!

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