Aston Martin DBS 6Cyl

Chassis ID:
Right Hand Drive
Straight 6 (#400/4529/S)
Body Colour:
Interior Colour:
Black Leather
Introduced at the October 1967 Motor Show, the DBS broke important new ground for Aston Martin. Styled in-house by William Towns, with clear transatlantic and Italianate overtones, the aluminium-bodied four-seater exuded a road presence that few rivals caught in its quad headlights could match.

The second Aston Martin to star in the James Bond film series, a DBS had a starring role in the 1969 George Lazenby movie ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’. This was a one-off Bond appearance for both actor and car; it would be another 18 years before 007 would drive an Aston Martin again.

Although intended to be the first V8-powered Aston, a series of teething troubles with the new powerplant meant that the DBS went into production with the proven Tadek Marek-designed 3995cc DOHC straight-six. Credited with developing 282bhp and 288lbft (or 325bhp and 290lbft in Vantage tune wearing three Webers), this legendary powerplant was allied to either five-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission. Capable of over 140mph, the DBS was phased out in 1972 by which time just 787 are thought to have been made.

This example is an original RHD matching numbers car. In its Aston factory metallic Chichester blue, the aluminium body of this DBS looks magnificent and really compliments the largely original interior, carrying a fine patina.

Largely to do with it's recent mechanical restoration, this DBS is wonderful to drive. The work included a rebuild of the braking system, a suspension and drive train refresh and most importantly a full engine rebuild carried out by the specialists Aston Martin Garage - All bills and pictures are available for the work done,

So this revived DBS is ready to be driven and enjoyed!

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