The 1965 model-year would mark the end of Aston Martin DB5 production before being succeeded by the DB6 at the London Motor Show of 1965. As such, the 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Coupe represents all the various upgrades that would come about during the DB5’s production. This includes the powerful 4.0L engine, five-speed ZF gearbox, alternator, tinted glass, exhaust silencers, and electric windows to name just a few. In total, just 1,058 examples of the DB5 would be produced, of which it is estimated that 898 were Coupes. Also available during this time was a Vantage engine upgrade that gave the DB5 triple Weber carburetors to produce 314hp. Only 65 examples of the DB5 Coupe were created, making originals quite desirable and rare. If you were to come across a 1965 Aston martin DB5 Coupe with the Vantage engine option, you should certainly capitalize on the opportunity to own such a beautiful and exceptional classic. Nevertheless, the 1965 Aston Martin DB5 whether in Coupe or Convertible form is one of the most sought-after and highly regarded Aston Martin classics.
When it comes to buying a 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Coupe, rarity of course plays a large role in the overall value of your potential purchase. However, items such as overall condition, history, restoration work, mileage, additional factory options, originality, and authenticity are also factors. With that being said, it is always in your best interest to fully research and inspect any potential purchase to see how it ranks in these categories. A mistake in any of these areas could be quite costly, as the DB5 Coupe commands quite a value when available for sale. With years of experience in the classic car marketplace, The Beverly Hills Car Club is happy to provide these and other Buyer’s Tips to ensure that your buying experience is nothing short of exceptional. Based in Los Angeles, their classic car dealership specializes in buying and selling classics of all makes, models and conditions, and would be delighted to speak with you about your desires for a 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Coupe. Connect with their team today and be one step closer to seeing your dreams come to fruition.
Perhaps most famous for being James Bond’s car in the 1964 Goldfinger movie, the 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Coupe would make an excellent addition to any collection, showroom or garage. When you’re ready to explore the DB5 classics currently available to you, do not hesitate to connect with The Beverly Hills Car Club team. They look forward to hearing from you and to helping you find the model that best suits your needs. Get started today!
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