With solely 140 examples ever made, the Aston Martin DB6 Volante is a real automotive unicorn and, on the similar time, one of the vital fascinating post-war automobiles made by the British firm.
Production started again in 1966, and two years later, this example left the meeting line, with a Platinum White exterior on prime of the Dark Blue leather-based inside. Some of the choices included energy assisted steering, chrome wire wheels with three-ear hubcaps, two lap security belts and a Borg Warner computerized transmission.
Nonetheless, the latter was finally swapped for a five-speed handbook gearbox by ZF as a part of a complete makeover carried out by the newest proprietor, who ended up spending in extra of £100,000 ($130,000+) over the previous couple of years. The work additionally included new wheels wrapped in Pirelli P4000 tires, silencers and particular consideration paid to the gas tank, hood, clutch, suspension, brakes and chrome work. The bodywork was additionally resprayed in Dark Blue and the inside welcomed a number of enhancements too, therefore the brand new seems to be.
Now, as we talked about within the title, the classic Aston is on the market, and BellSport&Classic has it listed on its web site. The vendor states that the automobile is accompanied by an intensive historical past file that incorporates paperwork referencing all earlier house owners, along with the outdated MoT certificates and a replica of the unique construct sheet. The promoting worth will probably be disclosed upon contacting the seller, however that is in all probability the textbook definition of ‘if you have to ask, you can’t afford it’.