Selling A 1971 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible


1971 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible
1971 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible

Unveiled in 1965, the first Aston Martin DB6 Convertible used the Aston Martin DB4 and DB5 short wheel chassis. From 1966 onwards, however, Aston started using the 3.75 inch-wider chassis from the DB6 Coupe, which provided extra luggage room and space for the passengers in the rear. As such, the 1971 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible would use the loner chassis. The DB6 features distinctive bodywork, with a roofline slightly higher than the Aston DB4 and DB5, as well as the split front and rear bumper. Revised and improved aerodynamics, including an elegant Kammback tail rear end, also gave the DB6 greater high-speed stability. The Mk II version succeeded to the Mk I in 1969, with standard power steering and flared wheel arches to accommodate the DBS-style wider tires. Should you be looking to sell a 1971 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible, no matter what its condition or location in the United States, please feel free to reach out to Alex Manos and his team. They have plenty of valuable tips and advice to help make your sales experience as easy as possible and look forward to learning more about your classic.


1971 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible Seller’s Guide

Thanks to the brilliantly designed Tadek Marek engine, the 1971 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible wasn’t only a comfortable and luxurious grand touring car, but also a very enjoyable driver’s car. An AE Brico electronic fuel-injection option, combined with a higher compression ratio cylinder head was made available for the Mk II generation. The Vantage engine could also be ordered, as was available for most Aston Martin vehicles of the time, enabling the Volante to produce 325hp (instead of 282hp for the standard engine) and reach a maximum speed of 155mph. If you’re selling your example of a 1971 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible, Alex Manos and his team of Aston Martin classic experts will help you look at the options and documentation to figure out the exact value of your car – based on today’s classic market. Thanks to their long-time experience in the classic car market and their expertise on the current rates and availability, they can provide you with accurate information to ensure your sale is a success. In fact, should you DB6 fit into their collection, they’ll even make you a top dollar offer on the spot!



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