Selling A 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II
The 1961 model-year would mark not only the end of Series II production, but also the start of production for Series III models and later Series IV examples. The 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II is known for offering many significant improvements over the original Series I DB4, as early customers had – in effect – thoroughly tested the DB4 during the first few years. Most of the changes appeared under the hood, such as the addition of an oil cooler and increase in sump size to achieve more efficient engine cooling. Visually, the Series II would also offer rear quarter lights made with flat glass rather than curved. One of the changes that would stick around for many years, however, would be a change in the way the front bonnet was hinged. The original Aston Martin DB4 Series I models would be rear-hinged, while from Series II onward they were hinged in the front. A front-hinged bonnet is still used in today’s Aston Martins. In total, approximately 349 of the Aston Martin DB4 Series II models were produced prior to the introduction of Series III in April 1961. As such, these early Aston Martin DB4 models are highly coveted by both Aston Martin enthusiasts and collectors alike.
1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II Seller’s Guide
Whether you’ve recently inherited a 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II and want to learn more about your sales options and the value of the car in today’s market, or have an unfinished restoration project or a pristine original, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to assist you. With years of experience in the classic car market, their team has the knowledge and expertise needed to help you navigate the sale of your 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II. Perhaps one of the best Seller’s Tips for the DB4 Series II that they can offer is to ensure that you’ve authenticated your particular model prior to listing it for sale. Most educated buyers will expect some type of verification to know that your classic is what you say it is. In most cases, this can be achieved by matching engine and chassis numbers to historic production records or by obtaining a Certificate of Authenticity. Another excellent way to give buyers confidence about your particular model is to gather any documents you can find regarding the car’s history of ownership, maintenance and repair, and restoration, if any. These are just a few of the many Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team has learned over the years. When you’re ready to learn more, do not hesitate to contact their team today!
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The 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II is an excellent example of British engineering and Italian design. As such, you can rest assured knowing that your classic will certainly attract attention in the market – no matter what its condition. Always looking to buy classics of all makes, models and conditions, their team would be delighted to learn more! Should your classic fit into their collection, they’ll make you a top dollar offer on the spot – in cash! Connect today to get started.