Selling A 1972 Aston Martin V8
For several years, the very popular Aston Martin DBS was made available with a 6-cylinder engine, while waiting for the Tadek Marek designed V8 engine to be released. Once released, the result was a four-seat two-door grand touring vehicle, capable of 160mph, named the Aston Martin DBS V8. Estimated to produce 315 and 320hp, the output was significantly better than the 282hp of the 6-cylinder engine. Two types of transmission were also made available: either a ZF 5-speed unit or a Chrysler Toqueflite automatic gearbox. Design-wise, the 1972 Aston Martin V8 was obviously based on the DBS, the main differences being a wider front air dam and alloy wheels to replace the traditional Aston Martin wire wheels. The Aston Martin V8 weighted about 250lbs more than the 6-cylinder version, because of the new engine, the ventilated brake discs, air-conditioning, fatter tires, and additional bodywork. At the time, the 1972 Aston Martin V8 was the fastest four-seat vehicle on the market!
1972 Aston Martin V8 Seller’s Guide
Selling a 1972 Aston Martin V8 can be a difficult decision to make. If you own a beautiful example or if you’ve been working for countless hours on a restoration project, your car must mean a lot to you. The Alex Manos team understands that and will provide you with the best service so that your transaction is as easy as it gets. With years of experience in buying and selling classic Aston Martin vehicles, the team knows the market very well. They can give you useful advice and great tips to sell your car for its highest value. In fact, they would love to learn more about your particular example. Should it fit into their collection of classic American and European cars, they will make you a top dollar offer on the spot. They can also arrange for transportation from any location in the United States and will work to ensure that your experience is as smooth and successful as possible.
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