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The production of the Aston Martin V8 ran from 1969 to 1989, and 352 examples of the Series 4 also called Oscar India model were made between 1978 and 1985. The 1983 Aston Martin V8 featured a new trim design with a new bonnet and a power-operated hood. The much-anticipated Aston Martin DOHC V8 engine was very powerful at the time, especially if you opted for the Vantage version with boosted performance. In 1980, a new and more perfected version of the engine was released, known as the 580 series engine, and in 1983, Aston replaced the GKN alloy wheels with BBS wheels. At this time, multiple modifications had been introduced to the Aston Martin V8, making the 1983 Aston martin V8 models very advanced for their era. The leather headliner, improved air-conditioning system, electric window lifts and burr walnut trim are specific to the Aston Martin V8. If you’re looking at a particular example of a 1983 Aston Martin V8 and need help determining the value of the vehicle, please contact the team at The Beverly Hills Car Club. They’re ready to assist you in finding the Aston martin V8 that best suits your wants and needs.
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Whether you’re looking for a rugged classic car to go around town, gaze at, take for a spin or cruise at 130 mph, the 1983 Aston Martin V8 will satisfy you. With its unmistakable style and wonderful V8 engine, this is a car that gets lot of attention and raises the interest of many car enthusiasts or not. Before taking the plunge, you must be aware that, much like any classic, an Aston Martin V8 will require regular maintenance and care, but the effortless performance and enjoyment of the car will bring you unmatched satisfaction. Before you decide to purchase a particular example, it is highly recommended to have the vehicle and the documents inspected by an expert. This simple step can save you a lot of time and money spent on repairs that might be hiding beneath the surface. It is always in your best interest to have a third-part inspection to catch any potential issues.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is available to answer any of your questions regarding the 1982 Aston Martin V8 and to help you find the classic cars you’ve been dreaming of. Call now to get started! In the meantime, be sure to browse their online inventory of European and American classics to view the cars currently available to you in their Los Angeles showroom. Questions? Connect with their team today!
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