Pick of the Showroom: 1967 Aston Martin DB6
27th Nov 2014
Produced from 1965 to 1971, the Aston Martin DB6 enjoyed the longest production run to that date of any Aston Martin Model. The successor to the popular DB5 model boasted several improvements to both the specification and the aerodynamic styling.
Among the most notable features were an increased wheelbase and higher roof line, the distinctive Kamm rear spoiler, and split front and rear bumpers.
Representing the culmination of Aston Martin’s DB series of 6 cylinder sports saloons, the DB6 is recognised by many enthusiasts as the last of the “real” Aston Martins.
This 1967 model is presented in outstanding condition, having been subject to a full, bare metal, restoration by Aston Martin specialists Four Ashes of Stratford-Upon-Avon. Key features of this example include.
- Burgundy Deep Pile Carpeting Throughout
- Electric Windows
- Fully Documented Restoration by Four Ashes which is over £200k today
- Power Steering
- Full Bare Metal Restoration
- Only Three Owners From New
- Stainless Steel Wire Wheels
- Comprehensive Service and MOT History
- Original Wooden Steering Wheel
In addition Kahn Design is pleased to offer, as part of the purchase price, the UK registration plate “AM 1967” which denotes the manufacturer and year of this exquisite vehicle.
For further enquiries including pricing, contact Kahn Automobiles on 01274 749 999 or email@example.com