Wednesday, July 13, 2016

1967 Aston Martin DB6 Shooting Brake

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The DB6 continued the attractive covered-headlamp frontal treatment of the DB5, while the rear featured the distinctive and aerodynamically-efficient Kamm tail. Both the front and rear were updated with an elegant ‘quarter bumper’ treatment, which typifies the DB6 range. The chassis was extended to accommodate the finally useful rear seats, headroom was increased, and the body panels were, as always, of hand-formed aluminium construction. In all, just 1,321 DB6 coup├ęs were built between 1965 and 1970, and their performance, style, and sophisticated driving dynamics contribute to their desirability among today’s marque enthusiast. Described as the “gentleman’s express”, the DB6 is unquestionably the ultimate development of the David Brown concept of the Grand Touring motor car. Via : www.boldride.com

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