1960 Aston Martin

DB4 series I Coupe

Peony Red with Grey leather interior and Grey carpeting, 4-speed David Brown gearbox, Factory original left hand drive, Matching numbers, Chrome wire wheels.

The DB4 was unveiled in its purest form at the 1958 Paris Motor Show. It was a totally new car which was quite an achievement for a highly regarded but small British manufacturer. It was a new platform chassis,had disc brakes all round used completely new 3.7 liter straight six cylinder engine. Its body was styled by Touring of Milan and thus carrier its Superleggera all-aluminum body, a true masterpiece of British engineering with Italian style.

The Series 1 example is 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 was delivered new via Aston Martin's United States West Coast importer Mr. Charles Hornburg to its first owner, Mr. Paul S. Pollack (Karl's Shoes Limited) of Los Angeles, California. Much of this DB4s early history is remains unknown, circa 1990s it was fully restored well-known and respected Aston Martin Vintage Racing technician, Mr. S. Rodd. Circa 2000, this DB4 was owned by Mr. R. Minella, a well-known Connecticut automobile collector. In Mr. Minellas care, this DB4 won several 1st in class concours trophies. More recently, this DB4 was sold to another well-known Aston collector and moved from the USA to the UK. This DB4 has recently been purchased by Autosport Designs, Inc. It has enjoyed the best of everything and has been used only 6,000 miles since restoration and remains in superb condition throughout.

This DB4 has recently been fully serviced throughout. It is complete with books, tool and factory jack and will be a welcomed addition to an enthusiasts garage or collection.

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