1960 Aston Martin

DB4 series Ii Coupe

Desert White with Red leather interior and Red Wilton Wool carpeting, 4-speed manual, Painted wire wheels.

The Series 1-2 examples are considered by many to be the most beautiful of the DB4 range due to its Egg Crate Front Grille, Larger Front Bonnet Scoop and Straight Rear Cathedral Tail-lights all part of the original Touring of Milan design.

This DB4 Coupe originally was delivered to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Much of this cars early history is unknown, but at some point it was sold to a new owner, somewhere in Europe and later found its way to France. In 1995 it was owned by a Mr. Dulac. Mr. Dulac kept the DB4 until 2004 when it was sold to Mr. Bossut. Mr. Bossut kept the car until its resent purchase by Autosport Designs, Inc.

It is currently in its original as delivered color combination. Throughout the years this DB4 has been maintained properly, when and where needed, keeping what is an amazing amount of honest originality. It has been repainted at some point in the past. All body shut lines are excellent throughout. The chassis, suspension and braking systems have been serviced are in excellent condition. The engine has been uprated to 4.2 liter specification and with the addition of 3-carburetors has been brought to Special Series Vantage specifications. I have been told the engine was done at the Aston Martin factory, but this is yet to be confirmed.

This DB4 has been road tested, runs strong and tight and as one would expect from a properly serviced Aston. The clutch, gearbox and differential are perfect.

This is an excellent opportunity to purchase what is a wonderful, sorted and great driving DB4 that has been sympathetically restored over the years, but still has its original and well cared for interior.

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