1967 Aston Martin DB6 RHD (Car located in UK)
1967 Aston Martin DB6 (RHD)
- - Matching numbers
- - Bare metal repaint in Silver Birch
- - Fully re-trimmed in Black Connolly Hide
- - Original RHD / 5-Speed ZF manual
- - Outstanding condition
Announced at the London Motor show in 1965, the DB6 was produced until it was succeeded by the DB6 MK II in July 1969. Following on from the heritage of the DB4, it was styled by Carrozzeria Touring in the Superleggera tradition. The newly designed DB6 featured dramatic styling with Covered headlights from the DB4 series V and a Kamm tail spoiler, which stands out from its older siblings.
We have the great pleasure in offering our incredible Aston Martin DB6, which has been treated to a complete cosmetic renovation throughout. Finished in the iconic Aston Martin ‘Silver Birch’ after a bare metal repaint, this unique DB6 is in outstanding condition.
Naturally with a bare metal repaint, the DB6 also underwent a full interior re-trim in correct Black Connolly hide and Wilton carpets (as per its original build). The work did not stop there, all the exterior chrome has been re-chromed to perfection. She now sits on four new chrome spoke wheels with three ear Spinners and Pirelli P400 tyres for improved road handling.
In keeping with its build records we are delighted to say the DB6 still has its Motorola radio with electric areal.
When driving, the gear changes are smooth and ticks all the right boxes, making it one of the best driving experiences. This is more than just a collectors car, the DB6 is a vehicle that is ready to be enjoyed and this example is one of the very best you will find.