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Aston Martin Db4 Sport - 1958-1963Details click here
From the 1958 sports car world championship emerged david browns finest achievement to date a road machine that exceeded its own publicists superlatives. The spectacular aston martin db 4 could attain maximum speeds over 140 mph and reach 100 in third gear.
Aston Martin Db4gt - 1963Details click here
Called a race car in luxury clothing, the aston martin db4gt was a two-seat version of the db4 coupe. It had a big six-cylinder engine that was made even more powerful by high-lift camshafts, larger valves and a higher compression ratio. Only 75 gt road cars were turned out. A few more were specially made for use by racing teams, and there were 19 even-faster ones produced by zagato plus another one made by bertone.
Aston Martin Db4gt Zagato - 1959Details click here
Launched at the 1959 earls court motor show in london, the aston martin db4 gt was a short-chassis development of the all-new db4 introduced the year before. Strictly a two-seater, it was distinguished by streamlined light-alloy touring superleggera bodywork and faired-in headlights. Four-wheel disc brakes were a feature inherited from the marques racing cars. Its 302hp engine was more powerful than most grand prix cars of the day.
Aston Martin Db5 - 1963-1965Details click here
Its no secret that car buffs sometimes like to break the magical, and often unsafe, loomph barrier. With the aston martin db5, issued from 1963 to 1965, you could reach the ton without guilt. The db5 was a speedster whose upper-range stability and safety were unsurpassed.
Aston Martin Dbr 2 - 1957-1958Details click here
Designed for racing in the late fifties, the dbr series was a winner. It blew out the competition at spa and nurburgring in 1957; Two years later, it overwhelmed jaguar and ferrari with an awresome one-two finish at le mans. Thanks to these speed burners, aston martin rode off with the 1959 world sports car championship. The dbrs had an equally impressive record at club events, and now restoration enthusiasts keep the legacy aliv
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