It’s said the Aston Martin DB6 is a practical classic, one that you can really drive and enjoy on today’s roads. Its Tadek Marek designed 4-Liter 6 in-line cylinder engine was very powerful and well built for the era and continues to be quite impressive today. Producing 282 hp at 5,500 rpm and reaching an average top speed of 150 mph (up to 155 mph with the 325 hp Vantage engine option), the 1965 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible (and other model years) made a very enjoyable vehicle to drive. While sharing multiple design features with its predecessors, the DB6 can be identified by its longer wheelbase, its split front and rear bumpers and the Kammtail- style rear end. The 1965 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible was also made available with power steering and air conditioning options. If you’re interested in a particular example of a 1965 Aston Martin Volante (Aston Martin name for the brand’s Convertible designs), please contact The Beverly Hills Car Club’s classic car dealership. The team at Beverly Hills Car Club will help you find the perfect car and keep you updated with the latest models made available on the market.
The Beverly Hills Car Club experts have an extensive knowledge of all Aston Martin classics and can provide you with all the information you need concerning a particular model, as well as useful buyer’s tips. Here are some interesting facts about the DB6 Convertible: The first 37 Volante models were built on the short wheel based DB5 chassis. Only 140 examples of the so-called DB6 Volante were made between 1965 and 1969. When you’re looking at a particular example of a 1965 DB6 Volante, make sure to do a pre-purchase inspection. You should remember to check all the documents, such as Certificate of Authenticity, original service books, and previous title documents. Because of their rarity, it is vitally important that you ensure you’re indeed looking at an original prior to moving forward with the purchase.
These are just a few of the buyer’s tips that The Beverly Hills Car Club recommends. Please don’t hesitate to contact them about any classic vehicle, whether you’re looking for a particular model or just curious about some of the examples they have available in their Los Angeles classic car dealership showroom. They are always available for consultation and look forward to sharing their knowledge and expertise with you. Connect today to get started!
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