Starting in April 1961, the Series III of the Aston Martin DB4 would be released. Quite difficult to distinguish from the front, the Series III featured the same egg box grille and tall bonnet air intake as the previous Series II Aston Martin DB4 models. Most of the changes were hidden from view, such as the windscreen demister vents and electric tachometer. Visually, the rear light clusters are the main way to pick-out a 1961 Aston Martin DB4 classic. Rather than the cathedral real lights used on previous Series II models, a polished plate housed the separate indicator, rear/brake light and a red reflector lenses attached to a chrome base. In total, just 165 examples of the 1961 Aston Martin DB4, which was succeeded by the Series IV in September 1961. As one of the scarcest of the DB4 classics, the 1961 Aston Martin DB4 is quite sought-after. One interesting piece of trivia: The DB Series III could be purchased with a twin plug, triple Weber GT engine. It is believed that just three DB4 Series III models were made in this way, making them extremely desirable to collectors and Aston Martin enthusiasts alike. If you’re thinking about buying a 1961 Aston Martin DB4, connect with The Beverly Hills Car Club today to learn more about your options.
Although the 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series III would see just a few, minor cosmetic changes, its rarity makes it quite popular in today’s classic car market. As such, partnering with a classic car professional like those at The Beverly Hills Car Club can mean all the difference in your successful search. Their team of classic car experts has the industry resources, knowledge and connections needed to ensure you find the 1961 Aston Martin DB4 classic that best suits your wants and needs. Always available for consultation, their team loves to talk classics with other enthusiasts and collectors, and would be delighted to share their Buyer’s Tips with you. As with all classics of this age and value, one of the most important Buyer’s Tips is to ensure you have verified the classic’s authenticity by comparing engine and chassis numbers to production records. Similarly, you’ll want to have the car inspected by a qualified professional to ensure you fully understand the overall condition of the classic, and that the condition is reflected in the asking price. For more Buyer’s Tips for the 1961 Aston Martin DB4, do not hesitate to contact The Beverly Hills Car Club today.
A Los Angeles classic car dealership with a reputation for fair and honest car deals, The Beverly Hills Car Club encourages you to connect with their team today to learn more about the Aston Martin DB4 options currently available to you. With years of experience in the marketplace, let their team be your guide to a smooth and successful transaction. In the meantime, please feel free to browse their online inventory to view some of the classic Astons available in their showroom. They look forward to hearing from you soon!
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