Engineered at the Newport Pagnell factory, the final production series for the DB6 lead the market in terms of design and technology during the era. Produced between 1969 and 1971, the Mk II version shared many parts with the DBS such as wheels. The longer wheelbase used for the DB6, over the DB4 and DB5 shorter chassis, meant more room for rear passengers. In addition to it being more spacious, the DB6 was also more comfortable with a better high-speed stability and options such as power steering and air conditioning. These evolutions made the DB6 more of a family car and contributed to its long-time success. The Convertible model (also called Volante) has been well received by the enthusiast community both then and now. Front engine, rear wheel drive and powered by a 4-Liter inline 6-cylinder engine, the DB6 Volante was fun and nice to drive. If you’re interested in this Aston Martin classic model, tour this website and check out The Beverly Hills Car Club’s current inventory.
When looking at a 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Convertible, one of the most important buyer’s tips is to make sure to request all the documents available on the car from the owner, such as the original handbook, service book and warranty card, as well as previous title documents. A complete documentation on the car will enable you to trace its history accurately and will add value to the classic later on. Not only that, it will help you understand how the car was cared for over the years, which can give you great insight into how much restoration will need to be done. Of course if you’re purchasing a mint-condition example with a unique history, these types of documents are even more critical.
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