- Delivered new in Paris, France, in October 1959
- A rare factory LHD car that retains its original engine
- Part of an Aston Martin collection between 1985 and 2007 and in another marque collection since
- Reportedly restored by marque specialist Garage Lamy in Paris in 1998
- Interior retrimmed by Aston Martin Works in 2018
- Supplied with a one-year Aston Martin warranty
This beautiful and early Aston Martin DB4 Series I was sold new in Paris, France, in October 1959 after being dispatched by the Newport Pagnell factory to the dealer Societe Mirabeau a short time earlier. The options chosen when new were chrome wire wheels and yellow headlamp bulbs.
Just over twenty-five years later in 1985, the DB4 was acquired by someone in France to form part of their Aston Martin collection consisting of several other DB4's, DB5's and DB6's, as well as a DB2/4 MkIII and a 1951 Lagonda DHC.
After reportedly being restored by the Aston Martin specialist Garage Lamy in Paris in 1998, the colours were changed from its original black paint and beige leather combination, to the metallic blue it wears today and black leather.
The collection was dispersed in 2007 and the car was acquired by its previous owner for their marque collection, and as before, the car saw very little use.
Recently patriated to the UK, Aston Martin Works retrimmed the interior in beige leather in 2018 and the cars original engine has been rebuilt.
This early DB4 is in very good condition and benefits from a new interior and freshly rebuilt engine. All it needs now is an enthusiastic owner to enjoy it.
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La restauration de cette Aston Martin a été effectuée par la carrosserie Lecoq dans les années 90, un dossier de photos et de factures de la restauration est fourni. Equipée d'un allumage électronique, de la climatisation, de roues Borani, d'une boîte 5 vitesses et d'un toit ouvrant Webasto, .....
Factory records show that this incredibly rare DB4 was returned to Aston Martin on several occasions for servicing and various works up to September 1980 when it was purchased by a gentleman from mainland Europe who then dry stored the car for over 35 years.
Reference Number AW250516
Make Aston .....
1961 Aston Martin DB4 2DR
..Factory Left Hand Drive
..Car is thought to be Only DB4 w/
..With Front Vent Windows from/
..From Factory as Special Ordered
..Factory Build Sheet and/
..Service Records at Dorset UK
..Engine Replaced by Factory at Dorset UK
..Original Build Sheet was .....
One of only five Series IV saloons fitted with the twin-plug GT engine and overdrive and the only example in RHD.
It retains its original registration number and remains in its correct Caribbean Pearl colour
RS Williams maintained since 1977. Engine rebuild and upgrade to 4.2 litres in April 2
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This superb Aston Martin was delivered to its first UK owner on the 6th June 1960. the car has had only three owners from new and has remained in the UK throughout its life. A genuine "all matching numbers car" as confirmed by the build data from Aston Services Dorset. The car is in concours condition .....
A wonderful opportunity to own this stunning Aston Martin DB4 convertible series V. This car has had a recent total body off restoration by ourselves and is powered by a 4.2 engine to Vantage specification complete with the must have overdrive and electric windows.
One of just 70 cars produced .....
Fashioned in the style of the legendary DB4GT Zagato, this is a no-expense-spared project designed to re-create one of the 1960s' most beautiful and desirable cars
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