1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series III Saloon Factory Left-Hand Drive and
Original 1962 New York Show CarThis DB4 was originally delivered in
November 1961 by Cyrus L. Fulton of Lancaster, Ohio through U.S.
importer J.S. Inskip and according to factory records was the 1962
New York Show Car. Finished in Fiesta Red over Fawn Connolly hides,
it featured a Motorola radio, chrome wheels, and overdrive. Two
service notes are included in the factory record indicating that by
the end of July, 1962, Fulton had driven 5,380 miles since
acquiring the car. Little is known about the interim history of the
car but it eventually made its way into the garage of
Stanfordville, New York farmer Mark Blodgett. The previous owner
acquired the car in October of 2007. The subject of a repaint in
what appears to be the original color and an interior retrim in tan
with red piping, the car otherwise appears to be mostly original
down its Motorola radio. On static display for the last 12 years, a
mechanical recommissioning is advised prior to active use. Offered
with copies of an owner's handbook and workshop manual. Once
serviced, this sporty Aston Martin will make for an excellent
touring car, eligible for numerous great events.1962 Aston Martin
DB4 Series III SaloonCoachwork by Touring SuperleggeraCHASSIS NO.
DB4/605/LENGINE NO. 370/621 Original, left hand drive example The
1962 New York Show Car Delivered new to Ohio Documented by copies
of factory recordsPrice: $389,500
1962 Aston Martin DB4
Location:Astoria, New York
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