Aston Martin DB4

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Aston Martin launched the DB4 in 1958 at the London Motor show. It put the company back on track as a leading manufacturer. Throughout the DB4’s production life it was gradually developed, adding some changes (often referred to as series 2, 3, 4 & 5). This series 2 car benefits from opening rear quarter lights, an enlarged sump, uprated oil pump and the same rear light clusters as the DB Mark 3. The 4 seater body was designed by Carrozzeria Touring of Milan, using their ‘Superleggera’ construction method which was a winning combination with Tadek Marek’s 3.7 litre, 6-cylinder twin overhead camshaft engine. It is the epitome of British engineering coupled with exquisite Italian styling designed by Touring of Milan.

This truly stunning 1960 Aston Martin DB4 Series II is 1 of only 351 produced. Chassis number DB4/294 is presented in original Aston Martin Jet Black with Light Beige interior and comes equipped with several factory supplied options including chrome wire wheels and a heated rear window. DB4/294 is a matching numbers car & what makes this car so special is its extensive restoration with accompanying history file, including a BMI Heritage Certificate, copy of the Original Aston Martin Build Sheet, details of restorations by Desmond J Smail during 1991 and recent works by Alan Smith Motors in 2011 & 2012, maintenance and service invoices, plus photographs and a record of its achievements at major events & presentations.

 

THE Aston Martin DB4 spec

  • Jet Black
  • 1960
  • Coupe
  • 3,700cc
  • Petrol
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