METALLIC BLUE PAINT WITH DARK BLUE INTERIOR. This DB4 is one of the rarest Aston Martin’s ever built. It is one of just 14 UK cars made. Originally known as the ‘Special Series’, these cars came to later to be known as the ‘Vantages’. The special series engine featured all new triple SU carburettors and uprated valve timing. The car is offered complete with a comprehensive history file including £60,000 that has been spent with Trinity Engineering since 2009. The original handbook will also be provided with car. This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire to what is one of the rarest road going Aston Martins ever built and is decidedly the best of the breed when it comes to DB4 Convertibles. The car is available for viewing at our London showroom and is an opportunity that surely cannot be missed.
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This is Aston Martin’s entry level car – if you can call the hand built £80,000 Vantage entry level. Whereas its more expensive siblings are true Grand Tourers capable of traversing Europe rapidly and in luxurious comfort, the Vantage is much more sports car focused. Its torquey 4.7-litre V8 delivers a rush of power and its stiff chassis rewards even the most demanding of drivers. It doesn’
One of only 140 Volante-specification examples of the DB6, this wonderful motor car was registered by H.R. Owen to Mr I.M. Stoller of London, W1 in September 1968. Ordered in Platinum (White) with Dark Blue leather and a matching convertible roof. Non-standard equipment being a Borg Warner Automatic transmission, power assisted steering, chrome roadwheels, power operated aerial, three ear hubcaps
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Silver Birch exterior with Black leather interior. GVE London are delighted to present our undeniable icon, the Aston Martin DB5. Made famous by everyone`s favourite spy 007, the DB5 has wormed its way into all of our hearts today. Upgrades - 6 Chrome Wire Wheels, Central Locking, Discrete Satnav/Bluetooth, LED/Halogen Head Lights, LED Tail Lights, Recent Carbuerettor Tuning at Aston Martin Walk a
Our Daytona here at Hexagon is one of the early Plexi-glass cars and has a fascinating history behind it. In December 1968, renowned Ferrari collector Colonel Bob Roberts wrote to Colonel Ronnie Hoare of Maranello Concessionaries and expressed his desire to buy a Daytona. During his correspondence with Colonel Ronnie Hoare, he expressed concerns that the seats may be too narrow for him. Because of