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Used 1964 Aston Martin DB5
|Exterior Color||Silver Birch|
|Engine||4.0 Liter - 6 Cylinder|
1964 Aston Martin DB5
|Exterior Color:||Silver Birch|
|Engine Size:||4.0 Liter - 6 Cylinder|
1964 Aston Martin DB5
Silver Birch & Black
VIN - DB5/1542/R
We are proudly presenting a stunning example of the iconic and sporty Aston Martin DB5. Freshly restored by Aston Workshop, Aston Martin specialists based in the United Kingdom. This car went through a proper restoration that was methodically done. The DB5 is quite synonymous with James Bonds in the film Goldfinger starring Sean Connery. Features the proper number plate that 007 himself would have used. Chassis 1542/R starts up instantaneously and is just a blast to hear and see. Authentic and a well-documented example for someone who wants to buy a turnkey car. Can be shown, driven on rallies and enjoyed for many years to come. Documentation shows receipts of approximately $900,000 USD. It is not often we get to see a car of such great quality. Freshly done and formally owned by a proper collector who went through the process of a world class restoration. The various components of a DB5 require a lot of attention to detail throughout restoration via patience, experience, and capital. Body and style designed by Italian Coachbuilder Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera. Of the DB5 cars produced from 1963 1965, only 1,059 examples were originally produced. Currently reads 37,639 Miles on the odometer. Powered by a straight six 4.0 Liter engine. Produces approximately 282 BHP and weighs about 3,300 lbs. Well documented car with original parts as well to come with the sale. For serious inquires please contact email@example.com or by calling 203-629-4726.
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Aston Martin of Greenwich
273 West Putnam Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
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