Gullwing Motor Cars Inc
2430 46th Street
It Can Only Be Original Once: 1962 Aston Martin DB4 with Matching Numbers Discovered Out of 40+ Year Ownership and 30 Year Barn StorageThis 1962 Aston Martin DB4 is an incredibly exciting and original discovery out of over 40 year ownership. Blue with red leather interior. Retaining its matching numbers engine, this DB4 has been sitting in storage for the last 30 years patiently awaiting restoration. After the previous owner returned from Vietnam in the 1970's, he went back to work at a local body shop. When his boss asked him to help with a repair on his own car, he agreed to go over to his house and work on the car. He worked on the car over the course of a few weeks and once he completed the job, his boss gifted him the Aston Martin DB4. He had the car towed home and planned on restoring it but just never got around to it. He parked it in a barn where it sat until recently when it finally saw the light of day after over 30 years in storage.The introduction of the Aston Martin DB4 marked a new era for the British sports car manufacturer that would restore performance and prestige to the fabled marque. Wrapped in a seductive, lightweight alloy body fashioned by Carrozzeria Touring of Milan and featuring a powerful 3.7-litre engine, the DB4 offered performance to match its pedigree, becoming the worlds first production car to achieve 0-100-0 mph in under 30 seconds. Exceptionally Original and Rare DB4Retaining its Matching Numbers EngineOffered from 40+ Year OwnershipA True Barn-Find Out of 30 Year StorageA Rare and Collectible Aston Martin from the Golden Era
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