The 1971 Aston Martin V8 is a very interesting vehicle, in its history, design and performance. Indeed, the demand for a V8 engine Aston Martin initiated the concept of the DBS model, which was supposed to be powered by the new engine. As the final product wasn’t going to be ready in time, Aston Martin first produced the DBS with the 6-cylinder engine, which ran from 1967 to 1972. Finally ready in 1969, the first Aston Martin with a V8 engine was released and named DBS V8. In 1973, when the 6-cylinder DB6 was dismissed, the car was restyled and simply named the Aston Martin V8. The 5.3-Liter engine with the mechanical fuel injection produces an average 320 hp at 5,500 rpm and enables the car to reach a top speed of 160 mph, while achieving 0 to 60 in 5.9 seconds. At the time, these performances made the DBS V8 the fastest 4-seater GT in the world! If you’re thinking about buying a 1971 Aston Martin V8, you’ve come to the right place to learn valuable buyer’s tips and model-specific information.
The Aston Martin V8 was famous in many ways, from its amazing performances, to its starring in The Persuaders with Roger Moore, amplified by the long awaiting for the V8 engine. The production of the V8 ran from 1969 to 1989 until it retired in favor of the Aston Martin Virage. When looking at an example of an 1971 Aston Martin V8, be sure to investigate the car’s history and previous owners. 1971 models in good shape and with the exact options you want are difficult to find. If you’re looking for a restoration project, you might have difficulties spotting the right one as well. Regardless, the team from The Beverly Hills Car Club can be of help. Thanks to their unmatched expertise in classic cars and long experience in the process of buying and selling many models in all conditions, the experts will give you valuable advice and can help you find the model you desire. From barn finds to pristine, mint-condition examples, they have the industry connections needed to be of assistance.
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