1967 Aston Martin DB6 MK1

Fully Restored DB6 - ZF Power Steering From Factory

Chassis No:  DB6/3240/R

UK supplied, right-hand drive & numbers matching example.

 

Concours ‘body off’ restoration completed in 2021 with over 2,500 hours spent.

 

Engine rebuilt to 4.2L with a Tremec manual 5 speed gearbox.

 

Rare and highly desirable ZF power steering option from factory.

 

Returned to its original livery of Pacific Blue.

 

Natural Connolly Vaumol leather trim (VM846) as per the build sheet.

 

Matching Connolly leather hard cover photo album detailing the restoration.

£425,000.00

 

We are delighted to bring this stunning and fully restored DB6 to market. First delivered to Lancashire in October 1967, this remarkable matching numbers example has been brought back to life at our state-of-the-art workshops.

 

The Aston Martin DB6 is considered by many to be the last 'real' Aston and was introduced in 1965, updating the DB5. Although recognisably related to the Touring-styled DB4 of 1958, the DB6 abandoned the Carrozzeria Touring-developed Superleggera body structure of its predecessors in favour of a conventional steel fabrication while retaining the aluminium outer panels. The Tadek Marek-designed six-cylinder engine had been enlarged to 3,995cc for the preceding DB5 and remained unchanged. Borg-Warner automatic transmission was offered alongside the standard ZF five-speed gearbox.

 

Chassis number ‘DB6/3240/R spent some of it’s early life in the USA, but then returned to its birthplace, after being purchased by Mr. Carpenter in 2014 who had planned to restore the car. Unfortunately, both he and the following owner, a Mr. Brownhill (2016), were unable to find the time. As a result, the car remained in a red oxide primer until 2019 when the car was brought to us with the current owner. He then commissioned the DB6 to undergo a full restoration and instructed us to “spare no expense.”

 

Following its 2,500-hour restoration, this DB6 is something of unparalleled quality. For example, the fabrication of the chassis, Superleggera frame and aluminium panel work contributed over 800 hours alone. The newly instated aluminium front nose cone was hand formed over an original buck, carried out by industry experts, Body Lines of Olney. The latest rust prevention products and processes have also been applied following the fabrication stage. Hundreds of photographs detailing all aspects of the restoration stages and processes can be found at the link below, providing the future custodian documentation of the craftmanship:

 

https://www.richardsofengland.com/r-1967-aston-martin-db6-pinner

 

Finished in its original livery of Pacific Blue over a Natural Connolly Vaumol leather trim (VM846), the DB6 has stayed true to its build sheet and looks truly elegant as a result. If you take a peek inside you’ll be met with a beautifully restored dashboard, iconic Smith’s clocks, a period radio and Wilton Wool carpeting. All of which allow the owner to experience the quality and tactile feel of something restored, not forgetting the distinctive aroma of the Connolly hide. All honing to something that delivers a very elegant and satisfying experience, something that will never not excite.

 

Driving this example, is when this car is best appreciated, as one becomes accustomed to something of true quality. The ZF power steering option, fitted as standard equipment from factory, offers the perfect balance of steering feedback for parking in a quaint village, or when driving along windy British roads. The comprehensive engine rebuild (to 4.2l) featuring Cosworth pistons, with a full dyno power graph, has been combined with a Tremec 5-speed manual gearbox upgrade. This offers a superior driving experience. However, the original Borg-Warner auto box still remains with the DB6, should a future custodian wish to revert back to this option. A complete mechanical overhaul to the underside of the vehicle, suspension, brakes, axle/differential, fuel system and engine bay has taken place. A completely new wiring harness has been installed, often an afterthought with many other restorations. It is worth noting various other subtle and sensible upgrades were chosen to enhance the driving and ownership experience.

 

 

Notable upgrades and equipment following the restoration:

 

•           Comprehensive engine rebuild to 4.2L specification.

•           5 speed manual Tremec gearbox.

•           Complete axle/differential rebuild.

•           High torque starter motor.

•           Uprated Harvey Bailey anti roll bar kit.

•           Brand new cast manifolds wrapped in race spec webbing.

•           Period radio with Bluetooth & handsfree capability.

•           Full stainless-steel exhaust system.

•           Aluminium radiator & oil cooler.

•           Uprated Smith’s interior blower motors.

•           Uprated window lift motors for smoother and quicker delivery.

•           Sound and heat proofing fitted throughout. 

 

Documenting this example and its restoration is truly exhaustive. The DB6 cannot be truly appreciated from an online shop window. A visit and test drive is highly recommended at our rural Lincolnshire premises.

 

Comprehensive road testing and detailing to the highest standard has taken place prior to the marketing of this motor car. On purchase you will be presented with a leather-bound photo book, hand crafted in the Connolly hide used on this motor, detailing all aspects of the restoration process through a large assortment of photographs. Further photographs will be included on a USB chip within the history folder. A one-year guarantee is also included with all our in-house complete restorations.

 

£425,000.00

 

Please contact us to arrange a viewing. In house finance options are also available.

UK Nationwide covered in transportation is included as part of service to our clients.

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