Using the already popular DB5 as a base, the DB6 featured improved aerodynamics with reduce rear end lift at high speed, particularly thanks to the inclusion of the Kamm tail. The longer wheelbase also increased the stability and gave more space for the rear occupants. The DB6’s engine is a powerful 4-Liter inline-6, imagined and developed by Tadek Marek. Producing 282 horsepower at 5,500 rpm, the DB6 reaches a maximum speed of 150 mph (up to 155 mph with the 325 hp Vantage option). If you’re looking for one, you might already know a lot about the history and performance of the 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe, yet haven’t found the model you desire. Feel free to reach The Beverly Hills Car Club’s classic car dealership to request further information and detail about this amazing classic Aston Martin model anytime. Their team will gladly answer your questions and talk to you more about the examples they currently have in stock.
In August 1969, an updated version of the DB6 was released. The Mk II replaced the Mk I with more options and design improvements. The Mk II featured wider wheel arches to fit the DBS tires and standard power steering. The 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Coupe was available with an AE Brico electronic-fuel injection option as well as the Vantage engine specifications. Regardless of the options you’re interested in, make sure to inspect all vehicles for rust spots. Even the examples that have been restored in the past are prone to more recent rust damage, which can end up costing a lot of extra money in repairs. Rust is just one area that you should consider, however. It is always recommended to have a thorough inspection by a qualified mechanic to ensure that you fully understand the condition of the classic you are considering.
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