1966
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    DB 6 MK I Vantage LHD

    • 1 of only 36 original Vantage / LHD built
    • Period Golde Sunroof
    • Outstanding condition
    Colour Silver Birch
    Interior Leather black
    Type Sports car/Coupe
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    The Aston Martin DB 6 was introduced in 1965 as the successor of the legendary “James Bond” Aston Martin DB 5. It is the last evolutionary step of the classic David Brown Aston Martins with Italian Touring design. Its body is slightly roomier and  – because of the new rear end – also more aerodynamic than the DB 5. 1.788 DB 6 were produced between 1965 and 1970, of which only 36 were in this version

    This Aston Martin DB 6 MK I Vantage was delivered to California/USA in 1966 and came later via the Netherlands to Germany in a first-class original condition. Under the direction of the current owner, the car was extensively restored by a German specialist workshop. Great attention was attended to the preservation of the original details.

    This outstanding car is a promising investment and a rare opportunity to purchase one of the sought-after DB 6s with original Vantage specification and left-hand drive. The Golde sunroof installed at the time also makes this vehicle unique.

    Equipment:
    LHD, 5-speed manual gearbox, differential lock, electr. Golde sliding roof, chrome spoke wheels, etc.

    Engine:
    6-cylinder inline engine, 3,995 ccm, 3 dual Weber carbu-retors, 325 hp  (factory specifications)

    498.000,00 €

    (§ 25 a, no tax to be shown)

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    Description:

    The Aston Martin DB 6 was introduced in 1965 as the successor of the legendary “James Bond” Aston Martin DB 5. It is the last evolutionary step of the classic David Brown Aston Martins with Italian Touring design. Its body is slightly roomier and  – because of the new rear end – also more aerodynamic than the DB 5. 1.788 DB 6 were produced between 1965 and 1970, of which only 36 were in this version

    This Aston Martin DB 6 MK I Vantage was delivered to California/USA in 1966 and came later via the Netherlands to Germany in a first-class original condition. Under the direction of the current owner, the car was extensively restored by a German specialist workshop. Great attention was attended to the preservation of the original details.

    This outstanding car is a promising investment and a rare opportunity to purchase one of the sought-after DB 6s with original Vantage specification and left-hand drive. The Golde sunroof installed at the time also makes this vehicle unique.

    Equipment:
    LHD, 5-speed manual gearbox, differential lock, electr. Golde sliding roof, chrome spoke wheels, etc.

    Engine:
    6-cylinder inline engine, 3,995 ccm, 3 dual Weber carbu-retors, 325 hp  (factory specifications)

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