Selling A 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible
Engineered at Aston Martin’s Newport Pagnell facility, the last generations of Aston Martin DB6s were leading the market in terms of technology and design for their era. The second generation of the DB6 was named the Mk II, it was produced from 1969 to 1971 and shared multiple parts with the new Aston Martin DBS at the time including seats, the hubs, and the tire size. A longer wheelbase was used for the DB6, compared to the DB4 and DB5 shorter chassis, which meant more room in the rear and a grand touring car that offered additional comfort for passengers. More spacious, the DB6 also offered more driving comfort thanks to a better stability at high-speed and options such as power steering and air conditioning. Boasting a powerful front engine, rear wheel drive and a Tadek Marek-designed inline-6 engine, the DB6 Volante was also a fun car to drive. The DB6’s long-term success can be explained by the fact that it was both an excellent sports car and a comfortable family grand touring car. If you’re thinking about selling your 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible, the Alex Manos team wants to speak to you.
1970 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible Seller’s Guide
When trying to sell a 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible, one of the most important seller’s tips their team can offer is to make sure to list all of the additional features that were standard on your model. Buyers may also ask for the original handbook, service book and warranty card, as well as previous title documents, if available. A complete documentation on the car will enable them to trace its history accurately and can add value to the classic. If your model is an unfinished restoration project, for example, you’ll want to be sure to list any additional parts that you may have that will come with the sale and help the new owner complete the project. The Alex Manos team can help establish a value for your classic in today’s market and has the resources, knowledge and experience to make your sale successful.
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With years of experience in dealing with all sorts of classic cars, the Alex Manos team gained valuable expertise. This experience allows them to know the market’s behavior so they can give you great advice on when is the best time to sell your classic Aston Martin. In fact, should your 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible meet their needs, they’ll make you a top dollar offer on the spot! Learn more by connecting with their team today.