1971 was the last year of production for the Aston Martin DB6. Just 1,967 examples of this beautiful classic were made from 1965, in diverse design and engine specifications. From 1969 to 1971, Aston Martin offered an upgraded version of the DB6, called the Mk II. This new model shared parts with the all-new DBS at the time, accommodating wider tires, thanks to its flared wheel arches. The Mk II also featured standard options such as power steering and could be ordered with the AE Brico electronic-fuel injection option. With its spacious and comfortable inside for the era, the DB6 was a very luxurious Grand Tourer. Today, it continues to be one of the most sought-after classic Aston Martins of the era, with collectors of all types seeking a model for their collection. If you’re thinking about buying a 1971 Aston Martin DB6, The Beverly Hills Car Club team will be delighted to assist you and answer any questions you might have. They are well known for their extensive experience in buying and selling classic cars, and would be delighted to share that knowledge with you.
The Aston Martin DB6 features a 4-Liter double overhead camshaft 6-cylinder engine, which produces 282 hp of power at 5500 rpm. As for all their other models, Aston Martin offered the Vantage engine option on the DB6. This upgrade increased the horsepower to 325, which enabled the car to reach a top speed of 155mph (versus only 145 mph for the standard engine). As 1971 was the last year of production for the DB6, those examples are very desirable in today’s market. Partnering with a classic car professional can be really useful in ensuring your search is successful. The team at The Beverly Hills Car Club will alert you of any new examples becoming available on the market, and will provide you with useful buyer’s tips to help you find the classic Aston you’ve been dreaming of.
Tour The Beverly Hills Car Club website today to find out about their current inventory of 1971 Aston Martin DB6 models. Feel free to call them if you have questions regarding any of the models or if you’d like more information about any classic Aston Martin. Their knowledgeable and friendly team is looking forward to hearing all about your Aston Martin needs, and welcomes the opportunity to earn your trust and business. Connect today to be one step closer to finding you dream classic.
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