Selling A 1969 Aston Martin DBS
Unveiled at Blenheim Palace in September 1967 after being designed by William Towns, the Aston Martin DBS was initially only intended for limited production. However, its success encouraged the brand to extended its production until 1972. Originally, the engineers based the design of the car with the thought of using a new V8 engine, but the production of the new engine took more time than expected. Instead, the DBS ended up being powered by the Tadek Marek DOHC six-cylinder engine. In standard tune the unit offered 283hp, but with the Vantage option the horsepower was increased to 325. The body of the new DBS was also larger and adopted a more modern look, differentiating it from the previous Aston Martin models. The squared-off front grill and fastback style rear are distinctive features of the new model. If you’re the owner of a 1969 Aston Martin DBS and are thinking about selling, these are some of the unique characteristics that potential buyers will want to know about.
1969 Aston Martin DBS Seller’s Guide
Having starred in James Bond’s movie On Her Majesty’s Secret Service in 1969, and also featured in Diamonds Are Forever in 1971, the DBS was the second Aston Martin vehicle to appear in the James Bond film saga. This definitely made the DBS very attractive to collectors. Although buyers will be looking for models of all types and conditions, it is important that your asking price reflect the rarity, condition and history of your particular 1969 Aston Martin DBS. If you have any documentation regarding the car’s history of ownership, maintenance or restoration, these can add great value to the car. Additionally, it can give buyers the confidence they need to move forward with the transaction. For more seller’s tips like these, do not hesitate to contact the Aston Martin experts at the Alex Manos team. They are always available for consultation and can help you determine the value of your classic in today’s market.
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The skilled specialists of the Alex Manos team bring unique expertise that will benefit your sale greatly. Selling your classic 1969 Aston Martin DBS can be a tough decision and the team will make sure the process is as easy and hassle-free as possible. In fact, if your model fits into their inventory, they will be happy to make you a top dollar offer for purchase on the spot. Learn more by connecting today!