The Aston Martin DBS was designed by William Towns and unveiled at Blenheim Palace in September 1967. Originally, the DBS was supposed to replace the DB6 and come with a new V8 engine. However, the production of the new engine got delayed and the DBS inherited the Tadek Marek dohc six-cylinder of the DB6. The production of the DB6 was continued until 1971, and the DBS last year of production was 1972. Thanks to a distinctively more modern look than its predecessors, the 1971 Aston Martin DBS was very fashionable in the 1970’s and continues to attract attention even today. The body featured a fastback rear end and a squared off front grill, while still using Aston Martin-like designs, such as a bonnet scoop and side air vents using stainless steel. Please don’t hesitate to contact the classic Aston Martin specialists at The Beverly Hills Car Club for more information on a 1971 Aston Martin DBS. They have the knowledge and expertise needed to help you find the DBS you’ve been dreaming of for restoration, show or pure enjoyment.
The DBS was made very popular in the 70’s, in particular thanks to its appearances in two James Bond movies. Quickly turning into a popular cult classic thanks to these starring roles, the DBS continues to be very popular among collectors and enthusiasts nowadays. Very recognizable, its design is both elegant and bold. The Beverly Hills Car Clubb team has a lot of experience in buying and selling classic cars from all makes and in all conditions. Should you be looking at a particular example, you should consider the help of a classic car expert to inspect the car and to ensure you’re indeed looking at an original. One important tip to remember is to inspect the car meticulously for rust. These 1970s models are known for having some issue with rust, so it is important to understand the extent of any damage and the repairs that will need to be done.
Give The Beverly Hills Car Club a call today to inquire about their examples of 1971 Aston Martin DBS for sale. Whether you’re looking for a barn find to restore or a pristine example to show at the next Concours d’Elegance, The Beverly Hills Car Club is the best place to start. Their team is always available for consultation and looks forward to sharing their knowledge and expertise with you. Connect today and be one step closer to seeing that classic you’ve always dreamed of roll into your garage!
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