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1963 Aston Martin DB 4 Serie V Convertible

Thiesen Hamburg GmbH

1963 Aston Martin DB 4 Serie V Convertible
Thiesen Hamburg GmbH
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24-0122007

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Colour Caribbean pearl

 

Interior Leather black

Description

1 of just 14 DB 4 Serie V Vantage Convertible RHD built "Matching-Numbers" Stunning condition One of the rarest Aston Martin of the David Brown Grand Touring era The DB 4 was perhaps the finest compromise which Aston Martin ever achieved between exceptionally high-quality and high-performance, exceptionally lavish finishing and yet properly contained overall size and weight. It was the first AM with Carrozzeria Touring’s ‘Superleggera’ bodywork, in which light alloy panels were fixed to a framework of light-gauge steel tubes welded to a platform chassis. The result was a car whose sleek lines were described as ‘unmistakably Italian and yet… equally unmistakably Aston Martin’. The DB 4 was developed through five series. The final (5th) Series, manufactured between September 1962 and June 1963, was built on a 3½” longer wheelbase and was fitted with 15″ wheels, an electric radiator fan and the DB 4 GT-type instrument panel. One of the most notable developments was the “Special Series” SS (or Vantage) engine that became available as a factory build option. The SS incorporated a 9.0:1 compression ratio, larger valves and triple SU HD8 carburettors, producing 266bhp at 5,750rpm. Our car is one of only 14 right-hand drive Series V DB 4 Convertibles produced with the SS engine and is one of the rarest Aston Martin’s of all time. Supplied new on the 1st July 1963 by C Williams to John Marsh Esq of Wolverhampton, Staffordshire. Factory records show that the car has had only 4 previous owners. In the last years this car was part of an important Aston Martin Collection. The paint in “Caribbean pearl” corresponds to the delivery. Combining Aston Martin’s traditional virtues of style and performance with the joys of open-air motoring, the DB 4 Convertible Series V Vantage is one of the most sought after and highly prized motorcars available for sale today. With the exception of the Zagato, the DB 4 Series V Convertible is the rarest Aston Martin road car of the David Brown era. Engine 6-cylinder inline engine (SS specification), 266 hp (fact. spec.)