1959 Aston Martin DB4 Series 1Price Upon Request
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1959 Aston Martin DB4 Series 1
1 of 73 Original Manufactured Left-Hand Drive
Launched in October 1958, the DB4 marked a major turning point for Aston Martin as it was the first Aston Martin to carry 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. Although styled by Touring, the DB4's gorgeous fastback coachwork was built under license at Newport Pagnell by Aston Martin, which employed some of the finest coachbuilders in the industry at that time.
The DB4 was powered by an aluminium straight six cylinder 3670 cc engine; the work of Aston Martin’s Polish designer, Tadek Marek. When fitted with the standard twin SU HD8 carburettors, the engine was said to produce 240 bhp at 5,500 rpm, sufficient for a dash to 60 mph in 9 seconds and a maximum speed of 140 mph. Nowadays, the declared power outputs from the 1960’s are considered a little inflated and it was probably closer to 200 of todays variety. This was mated to a 4 speed manual gearbox made by the gearbox division of the David Brown Corporation.
The Series 1 DB4 was in production from October 1958 to January 1960 (chassis numbers DB4/101/R to DB4/249/L) with a total of just 149 cars completed. Of these 149 cars, 73 were built with left hand drive for export.
This ultra-rare original manufactured highly collectable Series 1 Coupe is due into stock shortly. If you have interest to acquire this magnificent example, please call the showrooms personally to review.

Reference Number 554887

as of 2/15/2019

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Overview
Car 1959 Aston Martin DB4 Series 1
Small Series  1 of 73 
Condition Pristine 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift