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Aston Martin DBS: buying guide and review (1967-1973)

Aston Martin DBS Aston Martin DBS Aston Martin DBS Aston Martin DBS Aston Martin DBS Aston Martin DBS The sleeping giant has awoken. The six-cylinder DBS, for so long undervalued in the Aston marketplace, is finally commanding the sort of interest – and the sort of prices – that it arguably should have done for years. When you contemplate an example as fabulous as this deliciously original 1971 Vantage, you can only wonder why it’s taken so long.

The DBS’s classic credentials are impeccable: it’s a 100 per cent thoroughbred Aston, from its hand-formed aluminium bodywork to its 4-litre Tadek Marek straight-six; it was handbuilt at Newport Pagnell by the same chaps who built DBs 4, 5 and 6; and it's as rare as any of them. There’s not quite unanimity about the exact number, but the total built was only around 800 in a production run that began in September 1967 and lasted until April 1972.

One thing the DBS didn’t do was replace the DB6, even if that was David Brown’s original intention; the two were produced in parallel until the last DB6 rolled out of the Works in January 1971. So think of the DBS as the smoother-riding, more spacious, more cosseting, grown-up alter ego to the DB6. It certainly had more than one eye on the American market, with its wider track, muscle-car stance and the options of power steering, air-conditioning and an automatic gearbox. But to view it as a boulevard cruiser is to sell it very short.

Under the skin, DBS and DB6 are extremely closely related, though you’d never guess at a glance. Englishman William Towns’ design was starkly different to the Touring-bodied DBs. In fact, visually, the only things carried over were the signature air vents in the front wings, while the front aspect included a modern take on what had become the traditional Aston grille, much shallower and squarer-edged than before and further distinguished by four, equal-sized quartz-halogen headlamps.

It was never any secret that the DBS was intended to be powered by an all-new V8. Tadek Marek had been working on one since as early as 1963, and it had been testing extensively since 1966, but – not to put too fine a point on it – the damn thing kept breaking, so a late decision was made to launch with the DB6’s straight-six.

Which one to buy?

The DBS was universally well received. No carping about the absence of the new V8 engine. There was a gentle dig or two about the car’s weight, which rather blunted the performance, but lots of praise for the styling, the level of comfort in the luxurious interior, and in particular the handling.

To offset the weight handicap, there was a Vantage version available right from launch. This had three twin-choke 45DCOE Weber carburettors instead of the standard engine’s three SUs, slightly reprofiled cams and a higher 9.4:1 compression ratio. The outputs generally quoted are 282bhp for the standard engine and 325bhp for the Vantage, though these figures are probably wishful thinking.

Extraordinary to relate today, in an age when manufacturers invariably charge a substantial premium for such things, the Vantage engine was a no-extra-cost option (although anyone who selected it certainly paid at the fuel pumps; Motor recorded just 10.9mpg with the press car, which also consumed a pint of oil every 100 miles!). Power steering, conversely, was a £133 extra – another sign of the times, when such assistance was still viewed with suspicion by many drivers of a sporting persuasion.

Even in Vantage spec, performance was brisk rather than explosive, Autocar recording 0-60mph in 7.1sec on the way to an averaged top speed of 141.5mph. Of course, these days if your pockets are deep enough you get someone like RS Williams to take the capacity out to 4.7 litres, which will give a genuine 330bhp, and then things get properly interesting. Especially when you keep in mind that the six-cylinder engine, being usefully lighter than the V8, gives the DBS an ideal 50/50 front/rear weight distribution.

Performance and spec

Engine 3995cc, in-line six-cylinder
Power 325bhp @ 5500rpm
Torque 290lb ft @ 4500rpm
Top speed 142mph
0-60mph 7.1secs
Fuel consumption 12.6mpg
Gearbox Five-speed manual, rear-wheel drive

Dimensions and weight

Wheelbase 2611mm
Length 4585mm
Width 1829mm
Height 1328mm
Weight 1588kg

Common problems

• Budget around £1500 a year on general upkeep, which should cover most eventualities.

• Aston specified oil changes every 2500 miles (and the front suspension and steering to be greased at the same time), though with modern lubricants the interval can be stretched to 5000. For most owners that’s more than they’re likely to do in a year, so an annual service is the norm.

• Aston Works charges £1600 (including VAT) for a 5000-mile service, and £2500 for the 10,000-miler, which includes all lubricants, fluids and filters, and an engine tune.

• If it’s had any major restoration work, check that a reputable specialist has done it.

• Corrosion is the biggest enemy. Don’t be fooled into thinking the aluminium body panels are immune – they’re not, especially where the aluminium skin is clenched around the steel understructure: the bottom of the A-pillars, and the wing and door edges, for example.

• The most critical area, though, is the sills – because they’re structural and prone to rot. Total replacement can cost £20,000. Fortunately they’re easy to examine by removing the stainless steel covers.

• If the DBS has got an Achilles’ heel it’s that it’s big and heavy, which tends to wear things like wheel bearings, suspension parts and brakes, though with most doing limited mileages that’s not such a problem today.

• The ZF manual gearbox can be recalcitrant from cold, particularly going into second gear, so don’t be too alarmed if it feels difficult when you set out on a test drive.

• Do worry if it doesn’t get easier when it’s warm, and listen for whines from both the gearbox and the back axle.

• The Armstrong Selectaride dampers at the rear can be prone to failure, so listen for clonking over bumps.

• If the inboard rear brakes have been recently refurbished that’s a big tick. Despite an access panel behind the seats, they’re a pig to get to, which bumps up labour charges.

• Make sure all the trim is present and correct, and the same goes for the internal fittings and dashboard. Spares like window switches are next to impossible to source these days.

Model history

September 1967: Series 1 DBS initially launched, alongside the DB6. Vantage-spec offered as a no-cost option.
1969: Tadek Marek’s V8 engine is slotted into the DBS, to create the DBS-V8
1970: Series 2 cars introduced, featuring many of the subtle changes seen on the V8, such as deeper chrome sill covers and the deletion of the vent in the c-post.
April 1972: Production of the DBS ends.

Key websites and clubs

• www.astonmartinworks.com - Aston Martin’s official heritage and restoration workshop
• www.amoc.org - Aston Martin Owners Club website and forum

Summary and prices

Prices are on the move, and have been for some time. A couple of years ago, £50,000 was top money. Twelve months ago, the best were fetching up to £70k. Today, that same amount would buy only an average car and the finest examples are well into six figures. Speak to some specialists, and sums as high as £150,000 are being mentioned.

Words: Peter Tomalin // Images: Matthew Howell
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  • Aston Martin - DBS - 1970

    €95,000 - €123,500 est. (£84,702 - £110,112.60 est.) €95,000 - €123,500 est. (£84,702 - £110,112.60 est.)
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    Auction Date: 01 Jan 1970
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  • Aston Martin DBS Coupe Carbon Edition - Touchtronic II |

    £124,850 £124,850

    Specification MAKE Aston Martin MODEL DBS Coupe Carbon Edition - Touchtronic II COLOUR Carbon Black YEAR 2011/11 MILEAGE 5600 DESCRIPTION We are delighted to be able to offer for sale this exceptional one owner Aston Martin DBS Coupe Carbon Edition. Finished in Carbon Black with Obsidian Black Semi Aniline Leather. Supplied with our 12 Month Warranty. ( Full Aston Martin Service History ). STANDARD EQUIPMENT Anti Locking Brakes, Driver and Passenger Airbags, Bang & Olufsen Sound System, 6 Disc CD Player, Remote Central Locking with Alarm/Immobiliser, Bluetooth Connectivity, Cruise Control, LED Rear Lamps, Front and Rear Parking Sensors, Carbon Fibre Door Trims and Pulls, Electrically Adjustable Exterior Mirrors, Climate Control, Satellite Navigation System, Traction Control, i-Pod Connectivity, Bi-Xenon Headlights with Wash, Carbon Ceramic Brakes, Black Brake Calipers, OPTIONAL EXTRAS 20" Gloss Black & Diamond Turned Alloy wheels, Sports Seats, Magnum Silver Meshes, Piano Black Facia, 2+2 Seating. TRANSMISSION Touchtronic II ENGINE CAPACITY 5935 STANDARD POWER (BHP) 510 EMISSIONS (CO 2 ) 367 PRICE £124,850 Interested in vehicle × INTERESTED IN VEHICLE Aston Martin DBS Coupe Carbon

    • Mileage: 124850 mi
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  • ASTON MARTIN DBS Volante Touchtronic

    £109,950 £109,950

    Satellite Navigation Heated Seats Alarm Upgrade Piano Black Fascia Auto Dimming Interior Rear View Mirror Magnum Silver Mesh Grilles 2 + 2 Seat Configuration Polished Alloy Tread Plates 10 Spoke Diamond Turned Graphite Alloys UK Supplied Extended Aston Martin Warranty until January 2017 As New Adjustable Steering Column Alarm Upgrade Heated front seats Mesh Grilles Piano Black Fascia Trim Satellite Navigation Dealer/Manufacturer Warranty Delivery Available Financing Available Full Service History

    • Year: 2010
    • Mileage: 23000 mi
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  • 1971 Aston Martin DBS

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    The DBS was intended as the successor to the Aston Martin DB6, although the two ran concurrently for three years. Powered by a straight-six engine, it was produced from 1967 until 1972. It was a larger coupé than the DB6 with four full-sized seats but was powered by the same four litre engine as the previous car. The DBS was intended to have a more 'modern' look than the previous series of Aston models (the DB4 through to the DB6) and it incorporated a fastback style rear end and squared off front grille, atypical of Astons at the time but very much then in vogue in automotive design circles of the late sixties. Trademark Aston design features, such as a bonnet scoop, knock off wire wheels and side air vents with stainless steel bright work, were however retained. With a total build run of some 800 cars, the six-cylinder DBS was built at Newport Pagnell by the same chaps who built DBs 4, 5 and 6; and it's as rare as any of them. Built in 1971, one of only 49 built that year and one of 317 righthand drive cars with automatic transmissions in total, this car was delivered to dealer, Arnold G Wilson, on 30th April and first registered on 1st July, 1971. It was purchased by the current

    • Year: 2016
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  • ASTON MARTIN DBS V8 LHD 1971

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    Full Description The Aston Martin DBS was finally fitted with Tadek Marek's V8 in April 1970, launching the DBSV8. Still featuring the DBS front end styling of four 5.5" diameter headlamps within a full width radiator grille, the DBSV8 was considered a two-door 2+2 coupe, with steel platform chassis and handcrafted aluminum alloy bodywork. At that time the car was considered to be the fastest production car in the world, with a total of 402 being built. (April 1970 - May 1972) Of these approx. 90 were left hand drive and of them only 32 came to the USA. The DBSV8 had multiple improvements over its six-cylinder predecessor including ventilated front and rear brake discs, (the first Aston Martin to have them), special GKN/Kent light alloy wheels and full length front spoiler/air dam. This particular car is an original left hand drive (LHD) car and is one of the few exported to North America. Originally sold to David Dunlop of Toronto, Canada. The car then ended up in the caring hands of Cameron Hastings. He had the car completely restored and rebuilt by The Cheshire Motor Car Company between 1999/2001. The car has been driven sparingly since restoration (less than 10,000 miles). Unde

    • Year: 1971
    • Mileage: 70905 mi
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  • Aston Martin DBS Coupe

    £129,950 £129,950

    SOLD YEAR: 2012 DRIVE SIDE: Right MILEAGE: 12973 TRANSMISSION: 6-Speed Touchtronic 2 Automatic EXTERIOR COLOUR: Ceramic Grey INTERIOR COLOUR: Obsidian Black Standard Features •LED rear lamps and side repeaters •Auxilliary audio input including integrated Apple iPod® connector •1000 W Bang & Olufsen BeoSound audio system with ICEpower® technology including six-CD autochanger •Dynamic stability control (DSC) with Track mode •Bluetooth® telephone preparation •High Intensity Discharge headlamps (dipped beam) •Satellite navigation system •Memory seats and exterior mirrors •Traction Control (TC) •Tyre pressure monitoring system •Heated rear screen •Dual stage driver and passenger front airbags •Cruise control •Emergency brake assist (EBA) •Powerfold exterior heated mirrors •Alarm and immobiliser •Aluminium, magnesium alloy and carbon fibre composite body •Front and rear parking sensors •Carbon fibre door trims and door pulls •Adaptive Damping System (ADS) with Track mode •Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) •Ventilated, carbon ceramic disc brakes with ABS •Trip computer Optional Extras •Alcantara steering wheel •Tracking device •Alarm upgrade - volumetric and tilt sensors •Electrica

    • Year: 2012
    • Mileage: 12973 mi
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  • Aston Martin DBS Coupe

    £99,950 £99,950

    SOLD YEAR: 2009 DRIVE SIDE: Right MILEAGE: 34190 TRANSMISSION: 6-speed Manual EXTERIOR COLOUR: Lightning Silver INTERIOR COLOUR: Obsidian Black Standard Features •Alarm and immobiliser •Side airbags (sports seats only) •Semi-aniline leather •HID projector headlamps •Memory seats and exterior mirrors •Bluetooth telephone preparation •Trip computer •Cruise control •20" alloy wheels •Ventilated, carbon ceramic disc brakes with ABS •Powerfold mirrors •Dynamic stability control with Track mode (DSC) •Front and rear parking sensors •Hard Disk Drive (HDD) Satellite navigation system •Tyre pressure monitoring •LED rear lamps and side repeaters •Electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD) •Carbon fibre door trims and door pulls •iPod integration and MP3 connectivity •Heated rear screen •Emergency brake assist (EBA) •Electrically adjustable heated front sports seats •Aluminium, magnesium alloy and carbon fibre composite body •Adaptive Damping System (ADS) with track mode •Dual stage driver and passenger front airbags Optional Extras •Alarm upgrade (volumetric and tilt sensor) •Auto-dimming rear-view mirror with garage door opener •700W Premium Audio Accessories You can add a personal touch to y

    • Year: 2009
    • Mileage: 34190 mi
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  • Aston Martin DBS Touchtronic II Carbon black

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    Features : 1st Main, Origin Auto Performance, book a day ... Comment : Series Carbon Black, Bang & Olufsen stereo system, Reversing camera, iPod, Bluetooth, High Security Alarm, electrochromic rearview mirror, Piano Black, 2 +2, Piano Black Finish, finish Grid magnum, Coyote, Luggage sets ivory leather Aston Martin ...

    • Year: 2009
    • Mileage: 1057 mi
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  • Aston Martin DBS

    £160,000 £160,000

    We are delighted to be able to offer this stunning Aston Martin DBS for sale. The Aston Martin DBS was produced by Aston Martin Lagonda Limited from 1967 to 1972 and featured in the 1969 James Bond film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” and in the 1970s TV show “The Persuaders” as Lord Brett Sinclair’s (Rodger Moor) car. The DBS was intended as the successor to the Aston Martin DB6, although the two ran concurrently for three years. Powered by the same 4.0 L straight-six engine with a claimed engine output of 282bhp (210 kW or 286 PS), it was eventually being phased out in favour of the much heavier V8 engine. The DBS was the last Aston Martin to be built under David Brown’s control. This number matching car just came out of a three year restoration and comes with pictures and documentation of that process as well as a final assessors report. Chassis Number: DBS FI 5629 R Engine Number: 400 4659 SFI Please contact us for any questions you might have

    • Year: 1971
    • Mileage: 83200 mi
    • Engine size: 4
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  • Aston Martin DB S Volante

    €169,900(£151,482.84) €169,900(£151,482.84)

    Year of construction 2010 kilometres 33000 km color Midnight Blue leather Obsidian Black delivered new through Aston Martin Düsseldorf Full service history summer and winter tyres on 10 " alloy wheels price 169.900,- incl. 19% MwSt EUR

    • Year: 2010
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  • Aston Martin DB S Vantage Serie II

    €197,600(£176,180.16) €197,600(£176,180.16)

    Year of construction 1970 KW 240 KW kilometres 34180 km color british racing green leather beige LHD Manual gearbox original Vantage exellent condition matching numbers price auf Anfrage/ POR EUR

    • Year: 1970
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  • Aston Martin DBS Vantage

    £250,000 £250,000

    Variant name:V6 , Styled by the renowned William Towns, the Aston Martin DBS was unveiled to the public in 1967, replace the long serving DB4, 5 and 6 models. The new elegant design went on to form the basis of a line of Aston Martin cars, produced over 20 years. Fitted with the all alloy 6 cylinder twin cam engine developed from the earlier DB5 and 6 models, a Vantage specification option was available with a quoted 325bhp output. A total of just 401 6 cylinder DBS were produced (803 total) between 1967 and 1970 and of those, circa 70 right hand drive examples, were built and delivered with the Vantage engine. Supplied new to a member of Far Eastern Royalty in 1970, this original DBS Vantage now back in the UK, is offered in its original build colours of Dubonnet Rosso with Fawn hides. Recently fully restored by renowned Aston Martin specialists, this superb example retains its original and matching numbers, with its original 5 speed ZF manual transmission. A highly detailed photographic record of the restoration accompanies the car, with an extensively detailed description of the works carried out. Restoration works included chassis and body restoration, bare metal repaint, complete re-trim, engine, gearbox, axle, brakes, suspension and electrics rebuilds. Superbly finished in its original and period popular Dubonnet Rosso with Fawn hides, this exquisite example of the DBS Vantage, finished and presented to concours standard, comes fully prepared and highly recommended. Ready to grace any collection or concours event.

    • Year: 1970
    • Mileage: 8400 mi
    • Engine size: 4
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  • 2011 Aston Martin DBS

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    2011 Aston Martin DBS 16400 miles, Meteorite Silver with Obsidian Black hide. Full Aston Martin Service History. Absolutely superb. Bluetooth Connectivity, Satellite Navigation, Auto Dimming Rear View Mirror, 2 Plus 2 Seating Arrangement, Sport Seats, Piano Black Facia, Leather, Central Locking, CD Player, Air Bags, Climate Controlled AC, Bang & Olufsen DBS Sound System, 20" Alloy Wheels, Parking Distance Control - Front and Rear, Cruise Control, Power-fold Door Mirrors, Electric Operated Door Mirrors, Multi Functional Steering Wheel, Remote Central Locking, Trip Computer with Message Centre, Xenon Headlights, Electric Seats with Memory, Full Aston Martin Service History, Carbon Fibre Splitter, Carbon Fibre Diffuser, DSC-Dynamic Stability Control, Traction control, Paddle shift £99500.00 Sold MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev next

    • Year: 2011
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  • Aston Martin DBS

    £100,000 £100,000

    All usual dealer facilities, Finance arranged, Warranty, Part Exchange welcome, Credit (fees apply) & Debit cards accepted, All cars are HPI checked and certified clear, viewing by appointment (as not all cars are stored on site), including evenings. Goto www.carstable.co.uk for more pictures.

    • Mileage: 22500 mi
    • Engine size: 5935
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  • Aston Martin DBS

    £99,990 £99,990

    It is with great pleasure that we offer this 2010 Aston Martin DBS Carbon Edition Volante. This special edition car was available only in Carbon Black or Stratus White. It has a stealth look to the car with carbon fibre diffuser, black window surrounds, carbon fibre Aston Martin side strakes and black door handles. Inside the usual Aston interior cossets you in soft leather, with piano wood trim. Unique to this model are carbon fibre door trims and door pulls. This original UK car has covered only 18, 000 miles with a comprehensive service history. This car would suit any collection, Please visit www.vvsuk.co.uk for 20 High Definition photographs of this car.

    • Mileage: 18000 mi
    • Engine size: 5935
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  • Aston Martin DBS

    £89,995 £89,995

    Bluetooth, Climate Control, Colour SatNav, Comms Pack, Full Leather, iPod Connectivity, Memory Seats, Powered Folding Mirrors, Rain-Sensing Wipers, Satellite Navigation, Xenon Headlamps, Alarm, Anti-Theft System, Central Locking, Immobiliser, Locking Wheel Nuts, Remote Alarm, Remote Central Locking, Tracker Fitted, Electric Seats, Front Centre Armrest, Head Restraints, Heated Seats, Height Adjustable Seat, Lumbar Adjustment, Retractable Headrests, Sports Seats, Rear Armrest, Rear Headrests, Adjustable Steering Column, Cruise Control, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Parking Sensors, Power Steering, Traction Control, Trip Computer, ABS, Air Bag, Multiple Airbags, Quick-Clear Screen, Side Air Bags, Twin Air Bags, Auto Lighting, Colour Coded Body, Front Fog Lamps, Headlamp Jetwash, Metallic Paintwork, Premium Cloth soft top, Auto-dip Rearview, Automatic Electric Windows, Electric Mirrors, Power Hood, Push Button Start, Harman Kardon, CD Player, MP3 Player, Multi-Disc CD Player, Radio, Steer FINISHED IN CARBON BLACK METALLIC WITH FULL OBSIDIAN BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR WITH SILVER STITCHING, Upgrades - Auto Dimming Interior Rear View Mirror, Alarm Upgrade (Volumetric and Tilt Sensors), Magnum Silver Mesh Pack, Garage Door Opener with Auto Dimming Mirror, Full dealership history, Excellent bodywork, Black Full leather interior - Excellent Condition, Standard Features - Airbags, Air conditioning, Alarm, CD Player, Central locking, Cruise control, Electric door mirrors, Electric windows, Heated seats, Height adjustable drivers seat, Immobiliser, Leather seats, Lumbar support, Power steering, Traction control, Sports seats, Radio, Remote central locking, Satellite navigation, Parking aid, AUX POINT, ALL USUAL ASTON MARTIN DBS REFINEMENTS, BLUE TOOTH, COLOUR CODED BODY STYLING, CUP HOLDER, DBS BODY STYLING, EXCELLENT CONDITION AND VALUE, EXTENDED WARRANTIES AVAILABLE, ELECTRIC FRONT SEATS WITH MEMORY, FINANCE ARRANGED, FRONT ARMREST WITH STORAGE, FRONT FOG LIGHTS, FULL ATON MARTIN SERVICE HISTORY, HEADLIGHT WASH, HPI CLEAR, INTERIOR LIGHT PACK, JUST ONE OWNER FROM NEW, MULTI FUNCTION STEERING WHEEL, ON BOARD COMPUTER, ONE OWNER FULL FRANCHISE SERVICE HISTORY, PIANO BLACK FACIA, PLEASE ASK ABOUT OUR FLEXIBLE FINANCE PACKAGES, PUSH BUTTON START/STOP, REAR ARM REST, REAR HEAD RESTS, THIS CAR COMES WITH A 6 MONTH WARRANTY INCLUDED IN THE SCREEN PRICE, TRACKER FITTED. 4 seats, Metallic Black, £89,995 p/x welcome

    • Mileage: 49000 mi
    • Engine size: 5935
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  • Aston Martin DBS

    £114,995 £114,995

    SOLD/DEPOSIT TAKEN. THB ARE THE UKS LARGEST PURCHASER OF SUPERCARS AND PERFORMANCE/LUXURY CARS, IMMEDIATE PAYMENT NATIONWIDE COLLECTION. UK'S TOP NEW CAR BUYERS!!! SPORTS EXHAUST BY LARINI, Grey, UNIQUE WITHIN THE MARKET, Upgrades - 2+2 Seating Arrangement, Piano Black DBS Facia Trim, 12 months warranty, B&O STEREO, Full dealership history, Excellent bodywork, Black Full leather interior - Excellent Condition, Tyre condition Excellent, Standard Features - Satellite Navigation, Climate Control, Cruise Control, Parking Aid (Front/Rear), Seats Heated (Driver/Passenger), Alarm, Alloy Wheels (20in), In Car Entertainment (Radio/CD Autochanger/MP3), Seats Electric (Memory Driver/Passenger), Telephone Equipment (Bluetooth Interface), Tyre Pressure Control, Upholstery Leather. 2 seats, Metallic AML DBS GREY, THB BOSCH APPROVED DEALER; Overnight Stay or Nationwide Delivery available. DREAM IT. DRIVE IT. Visit thboler.com for a full set of pictures for this vehicle, PEACE OF MIND with our own fully comprehensive BOSCH approved Warranty. Buy your car from one of the largest independent car dealers in the UK with a unique service centre and kids play area. 3 Month THB WARRANTY INCLUDED. Visit our website thboler.com for more details. ALL MAJOR PAYMENT METHODS ACCEPTED. ALL P/X WELCOME, OR FOR A UNBEATABLE FINANCE QUOTATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE WWW.THBOLER.COM. OPEN 24/7. NATIONWIDE + INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY AVAILABLE. CONTACT US FOR DETAILS ON OUR FLEXIBLE TEST DRIVE PROGRAMME. We try

    • Mileage: 15000 mi
    • Engine size: 6000
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