Selling A 1967 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe
Although the 1967 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe shared a lot of design cues with the DB4 and DB5, its stretched body and split front and rear bumpers can easily identify the model when compared to its predecessors. The abrupt Kamm-style tail is also specific to the Aston Martin DB6 line, giving way to a more modern design. With the DB6, Aston Martin also decided to use a new chassis and ended the use of the superleggera construction technique used on previous models. The new wheelbase was longer and improved the space in the back seats – thus making the car more comfortable for passengers. Moreover, the new car also featured enhanced aerodynamics, which gave the Aston Martin DB6 a better stability at high-speed. This update was welcome with a 4-Liter engine producing 282hp and enabling the vehicle to boast a top speed of 150mph on average.
1967 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe Seller’s Guide
Launched in October 1965 at the London Motor Show, only 1,327 examples of the Aston Martin DB6 Mk I (the first model) were made until 1969. Several options were available for the Mk I, such as power steering, air conditioning, and the Vantage engine specs. If you wish to sell your example of a 1967 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe, someone will surely be very interested in the set of options your car has. As such, you should always take the time to research and list the options that come on your particular classic. Another important seller’s tip is to take the time to do pictures from all angles and of all the special features. You’ll want to ensure that you present your classic in its best light – no matter the condition of your particular model. Doing so can increase interest and value.
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Alex Manos and his team of professionals are ready to assist you with the sale of your 1967 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe. Not only does the team have a lot of experience in buying and selling classic cars all over the world, they will happily make you a top dollar cash offer if your particular model fits into their collection. They would love to hear more about your classic, so be sure to contact them today to get started! They are just a phone call or website inquiry away and look forward to sharing their knowledge and expertise with you.