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    11 200 mi / 18 025 km
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    Dubonnet Red
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You can now book a one to one appointment (up to one hour) to view this lot at our central location between the 16th and 30th July. Please contact Arwel Richards on 07434 960868 or [email protected] to secure your appointment or to discuss the car in more detail.The health and safety of both our customers and team remains the utmost priority, we are therefore operating to strict COVID-19 guidelines and full instructions for arrival and inspection protocols will be given when making your appointment.Registered to the first of just five owners on the 01/08/1969Bought by our vendor, the curator of the Generation GT Collection, in 2014Now finished in Dubonnet Red with tan leather interior and walnut veneer insertsLooked after and recently serviced by marque specialist Christian LewisThe MOT is valid until June 2021 and the odometer reading is some 11,200 miles (atoc)Supplied in good order, this automatic DBS is offered with a history file andV5cAlthough always intended to house the new Tadek Marek-designed V8 engine, the Aston Martin DBS was launched in October 1967 with the 4.0-litre 'six' of the concurrently produced DB6. Styled in-house by William Towns, the beautiful DBS caused quite a stir, Autocar magazine observing: 'Without the aid of an Italian stylist the Newport Pagnell team came up with something as modern, handsome and Italianate as anything from the Turin coachbuilders at that time.'Beneath its shapely exterior, the DBS employed a platform-type chassis with independent suspension all round: wishbone and coil-spring at the front, De Dion with Watts linkage at the rear. Larger and more luxuriously appointed than the DB6, the heavier DBS disappointed some by virtue of its slightly reduced performance, but the Vantage version's top speed of 140mph and a standing quarter-mile time of 16.3 seconds were highly respectable figures nonetheless. Assessing the virtues of Aston's new flagship, Autocar judged it superior to the DB6 in many areas, the bigger DBS offering four full-sized seats in addition to transformed handling and road holding courtesy of the new rear suspension and standardised power steering.Registered to the first of just five owners on the 1st August 1969 the car was bought by our vendor, the curator of the Generation GT Collection in 2014. The car has benefitted from recent works by marque specialist Christian Lewis and now presents very well. The mileage of just under 11,200 miles at the time of cataloguing leads us to believe it was either zeroed at restoration or has gone round the clock. The MOT is valid to June 2021 and the car is supplied to auction with a history file showing recent and historical invoices and the Swansea V5c.Lot 367 - 1969 Aston Martin DBShttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYNV8fQm92cfalse

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