1957 Aston Martin DB Mark III Left-Hand Drive with Matching
Numbers: One of 551 ProducedThis 1957 Aston Martin DB Mark III
Left-Hand Drive is the ideal matching numbers restoration
candidate. This LHD saloon was originally delivered to the first
owner in New York. The previous owner's father purchased it in 1968
and it was last registered for road use in the mid-1970s. The
previous owner took possession after his fathers passing in 2019.
The car wears faded black paint and the interior is partially
disassembled with the front seats missing. This DB Mark III is
offered with a copy of its factory order sheet which lists factory
colors and identification numbers as well as delivery to New York
when new. This example was originally finished in Moonbeam Grey and
was reportedly refinished in black decades ago. The engine has
reportedly not been started since the 1970s and the engine stamping
reads DBA/933 which corresponds to the engine number listed on the
chassis identification plate and the factory order sheet. An
extremely desirable and collectible Mk III in factory left-hand
drive form. One of 551 Produced and matching numbers. The perfect
car to restore. Rare and Collectible DB Mark III Factory Left-Hand
Drive Originally Delivered in New York Matching Numbers One of Only
551 Produced Offered with its Factory Build Sheet
1957 Aston Martin DB Mark III
Location:Astoria, New York
Model:DB Mark III
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