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80000 miles, Auto 3995cc Petrol, Coupe, Of all the cars ever produced by Aston Martin, the DB6 is arguably the ultimate development of the David Brown gentlemans express concept of a Grand Touring motor car. The DB6 continued the attractive styling of covered headlamp nose, while the back ended in an aero-efficient Kamm tail which featured a small upswept spoiler. The chassis was extended 3.75-inches in order to accommodate for the first time a pair of usable rear seats and the body panels were, as always with an Aston, of hand-formed aluminium. The new DB6 also featured enhanced options to include; power-assisted Girling disc brakes and a limited slip differential. The interior coddled the lucky occupants in the finest Connolly hides and Wilton wool carpet quite the anomaly when one considers that all this limo luxury travelled zero to 60 miles per hour in under seven seconds and had a top speed of 148 miles per hour.# 4004/R was supplied new on the 28th April 1969 by Plough Motors Ltd of Stonehouse, Gloucester to Mr H.R J.Feeney of Feckenham, Worcestershire. The car was commissioned to be built with the following options:Borg Warner automatic gearbox, heated rear screen, chromium wire wheels, power operated aerial, three eared spinners & factory fitted power assisted steering.The motorcar was presented with the following documentation:Factory Build Specification SheetBMIHT Heritage CertificateOriginal Drivers Instruction Hand BookOriginal Road Test ReportsContemporary service & restoration invoices from 1976The DB6 was presented in outstanding condition and has benefited from a freshly completed restoration in 2014 which has included:Bare metal repaint in PewterRe-upholstered Seating in Natural Beige HideNew Carpets in TanMechanical overhaul by marque specialists

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