Updating classic cars
1967 ASTON MARTIN DB6 SALOON Launched at the London Motor Show in October 1965, the DB6 was a direct development of the DB5 and featured improved aerodynamics and a more generous specification. Concours winning matching numbers superb Aston Martin DB5 (1964) Aston Martin DB5, 1964.
This is a well known completely blue chip fully restored Motor Car.
Stripped down to its Superleggera framework during ..... Bare metal re-spray and re-trim carried out in 2003. Number 25 of edition of 500 by Christopher Dugan and signed by the artist. 1963 Aston Martin DB5 Saloon: ESTIMATE £575,000-£625,000 True Greats 2017 LOT DETAILS Lot Number 118 Chassis Number DB5/1357/R Year 1963 Make Aston Martin Model DB5 Saloon DESCRIPTION To many observers the Aston Martin DB5 is the .....
Aston Martin DB5 - ex Robert Plant (1965) There is no doubting the Aston Martin DB5s classic credentials. 4.2ltr engine upgrade approximately 9,500 miles ago. Classic restored DB5 (1965) standard triple SU carburettor engine and original manual ZF gearbox.
thanks to everyone who has helped with identifying the cars on this page, including Leif, Manuel, Kevin (Singer photos), John R, Nina, and Jim (re the numberplates shown).
Written in ink on the back of this pic is Barmouth, 1931, perhaps a shot taken on a holiday?
The car reminds me of a Morris - but I'm told it is probably a Standard - can anyone id this car for definite?
Parked on the left is an unidentified lorry, owned by Ever Ready batteries by the look of it, with a 1930s car - Austin? What I really like about this little photo is the drinking fountain on the right. Various cars are shown here, as is a large charabanc further down the quay, complete with 2 spare tyres strapped on the back.
It says 'Metropolitan Drinking Fountain', 'Cattle Trough Association'. This amazing image was taken in 1933, the rear having some notes inscribed on it. This, apparently, shows the quayside at Ceuta, taken from the deck of the S. The open top motorcar nearest the camera looks like it could have been used by someone important, judging by the flag atop the grille, and also the visibile presence of official looking uniformed gents - police?
1964 Aston Martin DB5 Dispatched on 24th June 1964 to Brooklands of Bond St for William Inman and partners, Lincolns Inn, London Originally finished in Platinum coachwork with Black hide to RHD Home Market specification Options .....