Selling A 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe
First launched in 1965, the 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe (and other Mk II model-years) used the popular DB5 as a base, while improving the aerodynamics to reduce the rear end lift problem that the DB5 had at high-speed. The longer wheelbase and the Kamm tail were the main design differences, which combined to increase the car’s overall stability. The Aston Martin DB6’s engine was powerful with a 4-Liter capacity and 6 inline cylinders. Capable of 282hp at 5,500 rpm, the DB6 Mk II manages a maximum speed of 150mph – quite impressive for its era. A Vantage engine could also be ordered, increasing the horsepower and top speed up to 325hp and 155mph respectively. If you’re the owner of a 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe, you may already know everything about the car’s specifications; these are things you should happily share with prospective buyers. The Alex Manos team is always looking to add new classics to their inventory of European and American classics and would be delighted to learn more about your particular example.
1970 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe Seller’s Guide
An updated version of the DB6 was released in August 1969, with more options and improved design. Called the Mk II, it featured wider wheel arches to fit the tires of the DBS, in production at the time. The 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe was part of this new line. A number of other parts from the new DBS were used in the fabrication of the Mk II, making it a more technologically advanced vehicle than the Mk I. Powered steering became a standard option and a new AE Brico electronic-fuel injection option was available. Of course these are just a few of the things that buyers will want to know about. You’ll also need to help them match engine and chassis numbers to historic records, and it would behoove you to offer any documentation you can regarding the car’s history. This can give buyers the confidence they need to move forward with the purchase – no matter what condition your classic is in.
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The Alex Manos team understands that selling your classic can be a difficult decision and will do their best to ensure the process is as stress-free and easy as possible. Their expertise in the classic car market gives them the right tools to help you assess the value of your classic in today’s market. Contact the team today and inquire about the value of your 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe. Should it fit into their collection, you can count on their team to make you a top dollar offer on the spot! Connect today!