Selling A 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV
Starting in September of 1961, Aston Martin would release several small changes to the DB4 range, which would cue the launch of the 1961 Aston martin DB4 Series IV. Many of the changes that would happen to the DB4 during this time would be visual, which allows the Aston Martin DB4 Series IV to be easily identified when compared to its predecessors. The 1961 DB4 Series IV would no longer offer the traditional “egg box” style grille, and would move to a barred type grille with seven vertical bars. The prominent air scoop on the front of the bonnet would also be considerably lowered on the Series IV, and would no longer feature a grille of its own. These changes would continue to be seen on later models, including the DB5 and DB6. Under the hood, a much-needed oil cooler would now become standard. Buyers of the era could also choose from a variety of engine tunes: a standard tune engine with twin SU carburetors, a Special Series engine that was used in the DB4 Vantage, and a GT-tune engine with triple Weber carburetors. The GT engine was quite rare in these Series IV DB4 models. As such, the 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV models with a GT engine, or even the Special Series engine, are often quite desirable among both Aston Martin enthusiasts and classic car collectors.
1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV Seller’s Guide
If you’re thinking about selling a 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to speak with you. Their team has a worldwide reputation for fair and honest car deals, and is known for offering top dollar payable in cash – on the spot. Whether your 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV is a rolling chassis in need of complete restoration or a pristine example that you’ve recently restored from top-to-bottom, rest assured knowing there will be interest in your model. Perhaps one of the most important Seller’s Tips the Alex Manos team can offer you is to ensure that you’ve prepared for the sale of your classic. While this may seem standard, it is important that you take recent photographs, gather all-important documents regarding history and restoration, prepare mentally to let go of your classic, and make room in the garage for potential buyers to view and inspect your car. You’ll also want to ensure that you have access to the engine and chassis numbers so that they can be compared to the historic production records to authenticate your particular model. These are just a few of the many Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team recommends to their clients and friends.
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For more information on the value of your 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV in today’s classic car market, the Alex Manos team welcomes you to contact one of their team members. Should your classic fit into their collection, you can count on a top dollar cash offer – on the spot. Learn more about your sales options by connecting with their team today. They look forward to hearing from you soon!