-Silver Birch with Black leather interior and Black carpeting,
Fully Restored, 5-speed ZF manual gearbox, LHD, Air conditioning,
This DB5 was delivered on March 6, 1964 to Mr. P. McDonald,
Glasgow, Scotland by main agent Callanders Garages Ltd. This DB5
has been kept in long term ownership having compiled very few miles
throughout the years (33,763) and until its complete restoration by
marque specialists The Aston Workshop in 2008. As per The Aston
Workshop records, the body and chassis where completely stripped,
the chassis powder coated and rust proofed and all fully rebuilt to
as new condition throughout. The body has been refinished to
concours standards with all brightwork/chrome being renewed at this
time. In the midst of restoration, the DB5 was sold to a German
client who requested its conversion from RHD-LHD and for use in its
new home in Germany.
The interior was refinished to as new, a period Motorola radio
fitted as well as an alarm system and finally a bespoke modern air
conditioning system was fitted to ensure summer use and enjoyment
to modern car standards.
The matching engine was rebuilt to 4.2 liter unleaded
specifications, the factory original ZF 5-speed gearbox fully
rebuilt and the differential was completely rebuilt with limited
slip differential. Finally, the complete braking and suspension
systems were rebuilt, the suspension having the addition of a
Harvey Bailey handling kit.
Since restoration and, this DB5 has been housed in a German
collection with some of the world's finest Astons and Ferraris. It
has been serviced when and where needed by both The Aston Workshop
and Aston Martin Works Service.
Sold by Autosport Designs to its most recent ownership, a
well-known and respected Southern Collector, this DB5 has been
serviced and maintained to keep in its superb condition throughout
and to be ready and able for use at a moment's notice. This DB5 has
taken part in a few vintage rallies where is has performed
This DB5 is offered in exceptional condition in every way with no
disappointments what so ever.
1964 Aston Martin DB5
Location:Huntington Station, New York
Exterior Color:Silver Birch
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