Factory Black 1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series II Sports Saloon
Left-Hand Drive with Coachwork by Touring: Matching NumbersThis
stunning 1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series II Sports Saloon LHD is an
extremely rare and desirable factory black example with matching
numbers. According to a copy of the original factory build record
on file, DB4 chassis number DB4/589/L was delivered new in
California on October 30, 1961. Finished in the seldom seen combo
of Black over Fawn Connolly hides with chromed wheels, white wall
tires, a Motorola 606 radio, and a 17-inch steering wheel. The
chassis and body plates are original, and the original,
matching-numbers engine remains in the car. It starts right up,
runs, and drives excellent. The Aston spent much of its life in
sunny California with collector Bill Lynch. It is reported that at
the turn of the century, the car was restored including a bare
metal repaint and interior retrim in the original colors. In 2003
the car made its way to the east coast for the first time. It was
reported to have been mechanically serviced prior to the previous
owner's acquisition in January of 2010. The DB4 Series II remains
one of the most desirable iterations of the celebrated Aston Martin
model, featuring the 'cathedral style' tail lights, tall bonnet
scoop and original front grill design, and this factory black
left-drive example is not to be overlooked by any collector or
enthusiast of the marque. COACHWORK BY TOURINGCHASSIS NO.
DB4/589/LENGINE NO. 370/565 Original Factory Black, left hand drive
example Retains the original, matching numbers engine Long time
California car Documented by copies of factory recordsPrice:
1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series II
Location:Astoria, New York
Model:DB4 Series II
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