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 Modified to/
..To Reflect This Change and/
..And New ID Plate was issued by Factory
..Documentation Provided for Verification
..Green Paint is A Number 2 w/
..With couple of chips here and there but/
..Nothing of any Significance that/
..Could be Corrected very Simply
..There is So Much More
..Asking $435,000 USD
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..Call Rod: 001-712-767-2363
..Mobile Phone: 402-651-5521
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I’ve been in business working with classic cars for over 30 years. Mostly, my experience is with classic British sports cars from the 1950s onwards, such as Aston Martin, Jaguar, AC, Austin Healey, Lotus, Triumph, MG, Morgan, but over the years I’ve .....
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, cette DB4 .....
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 .....
This Series 2 DB4 retains all of its particular- to- series body features, including the early ‘Art Deco’ rear lights, grille and bonnet scoop. It’s all a matter of taste, but these fittings do make the early DB4s purer for many collectors than the later cars. The engine is the original ‘matching numbers’ .....
1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series 4
This DB4 was originally supplied on 31st January 1962 through agent ‘J.Blake’ to its first owner Mr Richard Whittaker of Blackpool.
Finished in Off White coachwork with Terracotta hide, a very popular colour combination in period and optioned with Overdrive, chrome .....
The DB4 was first introduced to the public at the London Motor Show in 1958. The DB4 was the first production car capable of 0-100-0 mph in under 30 seconds claiming to reach the 100 mph mark in 21 seconds. The iconic DB4 heralded a new era for Aston Martin and put the company back in competition with .....
A copy of the original build sheet for the car notes the car’s delivery to the original keeper, M. Spyridion Metaxas of Avenue Foch in Paris on 29th November 1961. The same sheet notes early service work on the gearbox and replacement of the clutch and hydraulics.
The car then found its way to Switzerland .....
This RHD Series-3 car was sold new to a client in Gambia in July 1961.
It came with the following non-standard options: overdrive. chrome road wheels, oil cooler, wing aerial, and rce silver peak no. plates.
In August 1985 this car was known to come into the hands of a next UK owner who kept it in .....
We’re delighted to offer for sale this stunning and very original Aston Martin DB4 Series II. With 4 previous owners since 1961 this example is in the original Goodwood Green with Black leather specification, exactly as it left Newport Pagnell all those years ago.
This DB4 it has been enjoyed in .....
Just arrived – 1960 Aston Martin DB4 Series II
This rare Aston Martin is one of just 351 Series II cars produced and presents beautifully in its original Aston Martin Jet Black with Beige leather interior.
It was constructed in early 1960 and dispatched in RHD to its first owner, a Mr Wilson G .....