Produced between 1965 and 1969, the first version of the Aston Martin DB6 was called the Mk I. With its stretched chassis, compared to the DB4 and DB5, as well as its relocated rear axle, the DB6 has additional rear seat space. The superleggera chassis used on Aston Martin’s previous models was dropped with the DB6, giving the car an extra 17 pounds of weight but also increasing the high-speed stability. These changes made the DB6 a particularly comfortable and luxurious Grand Tourer. The DB6 is also a very enjoyable driver’s car with its Tadek Marek-designed engine, featuring a double overhead camshaft 4-Liter. Offering 282 hp of power at 5500 rpm (325 hp with the Vantage option), the Aston Martin DB6 reached an average top speed of 150 mph. Last but not least, the DB6 Coupe is one of the most appreciated designs of its era, thanks to its curved Kamm tail on the rear end, and its split front and rear bumpers.
When you’re looking for a 1966 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe, some tips and knowledge will be very useful. Rust is one important item to put on your list, especially for cars of this era. Be sure to inspect the body panels and the chassis meticulously, even if the car was restored. Additionally, all documentation regarding authenticity and maintenance are valuable. Not only will they help you make a decision and assess the value of the car, but they will also add value to the classic down the road. These are just a few of the many steps that The Beverly Hills Car Club recommends when searching for a classic Aston Martin.
At The Beverly Hills Car Club, their team has a lot of experience in dealing with classic cars of all makes and conditions. Whether you’re looking for a pristine example of a 1966 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe with very specific options, or a fun project car to restore, they encourage you to call today. Visit their website to view their current inventory. They buy new classic Aston Martin regularly and might have your dream DB6 in stock! Connect with their team today to get started and to learn more about the classics they currently have available to you.
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