1960 Aston Martin

DB4 series Ii Coupe

Aston Racing Green with Tan leather interior piped Green and Tan Wilton Wool carpeting, Approx. 1,000 miles since full restoration by well-known North Eastern marque specialists, 4.2 liter w/Triple Webers, 4-speed manual, Chrome 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.

As demonstrated by Aston Martin factory records, DB4/558/L was originally delivered in July 1961 to Charles M. Huttig Jr. of Clayton, Missouri. Mr. Huttig ordered his DB4 finished in Snow Shadow Grey/Red leather interior with chrome wire wheels. By the late 1990s, the DB4 had been moved to the Northeast, and was offered by Doug Petersens Petersen Classics in 2002. The beautiful car was purchased by enthusiast collector Mr. R. Phillips, Connecticut. Mr. Phillips commissioned Vantage Motors of Stamford, Connecticut to restore this DB4.

Upon completion in 2004, the restoration resulted in exquisite cosmetic condition and powerful mechanical performance. The engine has been uprated to 4.2 liter with Triple Weber carburetors. The chassis is detailed and has been uprated with a Harvey Bailey suspension/handling package.

The DB4 then enjoyed minimal use and occasional exhibition at venues like the Fairfield and Greenwich Concours dElegance.

In the more recent past, this DB4 was sold through Autosport Designs to Danny Sullivan, the spin-to-win 1985 Indianapolis 500 victor who famously spun out at 220 mph but still passed Mario Andretti for the checkered flag. Within the last year, it was reacquired by Autosport Designs, Inc. and has been in our care since.

This DB4 is superb, no expense has been spared during its restoration. It is complete with all books, tools and restoration records.

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