Selling A 1971 Aston Martin DBS
William Towns designed the Aston Martin DBS and the car was unveiled at Blenheim Palace in September 1967. Initially, the DBS was designed to replace the Aston Martin DB6 and would be powered by a new V8 engine. However, the new engine was late and the DBS inherited the Tadek Marek-designed six-cylinder from the previous DB6 models. The DB6’s last year was 1971, and the production of the DBS continued until 1972. The 1971 Aston Martin DBS was very fashionable in the 70’s, thanks to a distinctively more modern look than its predecessors. The body featured special design cues such as the fastback rear end and a squared off front grille, while still having Aston Martin-like elements, such as the bonnet scoop and the side air vents using stainless steel. These are just a few of the characteristics that may have attracted you to your Aston Martin – they should be shared with potential buyers. Please don’t hesitate to reach our to the classic Aston Martin specialists from the Alex Manos team for more information on selling your 1971 Aston Martin DBS. From barn-finds to pristine examples, they can help you learn more about the value of your car in today’s market.
1971 Aston Martin DBS Seller’s Guide
The DBS was very popular in the 1970’s, especially thanks to its use in two James Bond movies: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service in 1969, and more briefly in Diamonds Are Forever in 1971. An instant cult classic, the Aston Martin DBS is still very appreciated among collectors and enthusiasts today. The design of the DBS is both elegant and bold. The Alex Manos team has a lot of experience in buying and selling classics of all makes, models and conditions. If you’re looking to sell a particular example, you should consider the help of a classic car expert to evaluate what it’s worth on today’s market. One important seller’s tip to keep in mind is that potentials buyers will be inspecting the car meticulously for rust. You should always allow serious buyers to perform a pre-purchase inspection, and be sure to price your car taking into consideration its overall condition, rarity and history. To learn more or to see if the Alex Manos team would be interested in purchasing your classic, be sure to connect today!
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Give the Alex Manos team a call today to inquire about the value of your 1971 Aston Martin DBS. Whether you own a barn-find that’s been collecting dust for years, an unfinished restoration project, or a pristine example, they’d love to hear from you. Connect today to get started!