1962 Aston Martin

DB4 Series IV Coupe

Peony Red with Beige leather interior and Fawn carpeting, 24,000 Original miles, Left hand drive (converted from RHD, many years ago), Matching numbers, 4-speed David Brown gearbox Rare factory overdrive, Factory fitted oil cooler.

This Series 4 DB4 was delivered too its first registered owner, Ms. Mary Handley Page on January 12, 1962 through Aston Martin UK agent, Brooklands. Ms. Mary Handley-Page was one of a group of British female drivers who were part of works rally teams for British manufacturers in the 1950s and 1960s. She was also involved with the social and organizational side of motorsport charity events, several of which were put on by a committee including Mary and Stirling Moss.

Restored in the 1980s, it is an older restoration of any exceptionally low mileage DB4. More recently, it has been owned by a New York collector and well-known personality within the AMOC here in the United States. It is complete with ownership records from day 1!

Within the last two years, this DB4 has been serviced when and where needed to ensure its being ready and able at a moments notice for seasonal weekend journeys as well as various car club events it has taken part in. Service and upgrades have included the following: Steel Wings suspension-handling upgrade, Brake system completely refurbished, Carburetors rebuilt, Supply and installation of electronic ignition as well as rebuilding of the gearbox and overdrive unit.

An exceptionally well sorted DB4, it is ready for immediate use and enjoyment. Complete with its factory owners manual and records from 1962.

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