1969 ASTON MARTIN DBS SPORTS SALOONThis 1969 Aston Martin DBS
Sports Saloon was ordered for the US market with air conditioning,
dual rear lap belts, dual headrests, and an AM/FM Bosch 'New
Yorker' radio. Finished in attractive and desirable Aquamarine over
Dark Blue Connolly hides with matching Dark Blue carpets and a Grey
headliner. The build record specifies the car to have been ordered
new with a Borg Warner automatic transmission. However, the
production record does not list this feature and given that the car
currently has a 5-speed gearbox, it appears it may have in fact
been delivered new with a manual transmission.A largely original
car with a nice, lived-in interior. Formerly owned by an Aston
Martin Owners Club member, it was clearly enjoyed in that ownership
given the upgraded airbox and filter, aluminum radiator with
electric fan, and modern alternator. The car has been on static
display since purchase and will require recommissioning prior to
active use. Accompanied by copies of its Aston Martin build
records, it's ready for its next enthusiastic owner to get it back
on the road.CHASSIS NO. DBS/5479/LCENGINE NO. 400/4357/S3,996cc
DOHC Inline Six Cylinder Engine3 Dual-Throat Weber
Carburetors5-Speed Manual Transmission (see text) Original
left-hand drive Many modern updates to the cool, intake, and
electrical system Accompanied by copies of Aston Martin build
1969 Aston Martin DBS
Location:Astoria, New York
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