--Fiesta Red with Beige leather interior and Beige carpeting, Restored, 5-speed ZF manual gearbox, Factory air conditioning, Original left hand drive, Optional Borrani wire wheels, Matching numbers. This DB5 was delivered on December 7, 1965 to Mr. Edwin V. Perdue of Louisberg, Kansas. It was originally ordered in California Sage Green with Beige leather and carpets, Borg Warner Automatic transmission (this has been replaced with a factory original ZF 5-speed gearbox as many had been in the period, the Automatic gearbox having been affectionately known as a “slush box” due to its incredibly slow and crude shifting capability), Normalair air conditioning, Engine breather valve scheme/covers, Bosch Koln TR radio with power aerial, Chrome wheels, Heated rear screen, Fiam horns with changeover switch and 3.73:1 Limited slip differential. In 1970 it was in the ownership of James S. Hillhouse of Denver, Colorado. It appears the DB5 had a couple of owners in between Mr. Hillhouse and the previous owner’s purchase in 1988 from its then Dallas, Texas custodian. Since 1988 this DB5 has been owned and cared for by a well-known Aston enthusiast-collector. It is still with its matching numbers
left-hand-drive 1965 aston martin db5 coupe red 5-speed air-con leather manual restored aston-martin rwd petrol british fast 2wd
203 West Hills Road, Huntington Station
Huntington station, 11746, New York
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