1964 ASTON MARTIN DB5
Thanks to a certain Secret Agent, the Aston Martin DB5 needs no introduction. It is undoubtedly the most famous and recognisable Aston Martin of all time. Announced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 1963, production of this new model ran from July 1963 until September 1965. In that time, just 898 of these iconic coupes were produced.
This Aston Martin DB5 was delivered on the 1st May 1964. According to the original Aston Martin factory build sheet, the first owner was Purnell and Sons limited, Somerset. This company was at one stage, one of Europe’s largest print plants, employing 2000 people at its peak. It merged in 1964 with Hazell Sun, to form the British Printing Corporation.
Originally finished in Dubonnet with Fawn Connolly Vaumol trim, factory optional extras included a heated rear screen and chrome road wheels.
To conclude, this is an opportunity to purchase a DB5 which would benefit from recommissioning or a full restoration if so desired. For more information about this vehicle, please contact email@example.com or call +44 (0)1332 371566.
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