A superb example of a rare Aston Martin DB6 Volante fitted with a 5-speed manual gearbox and finished in Oxford Blue with Navy Blue leather interior and matching mohair hood. Ready to be driven and enjoyed this car has been part of our private collection for the past five years.
One of only 140 Volante-specification examples of the DB6, this wonderful motor car was registered by H.R. Owen to a Mr. I.M. Stoller of London, W1 in September 1968. Ordered in Platinum with Dark Blue leather interior and convertible roof. It is believed Mr. Stoller exported his beloved Aston abroad for a number of years before the car was repatriated in 1979 and sold to Mr. Graham Wilkins, who owned the car for a further seven years before selling it to specialists R.S. Williams. In 1987 R.S. Williams sold the Volante to Giles Swarbeck, who owned it for a further seven years before passing it to Mr. Mogens Skjelmose, a well-known participant in historic motorsport, who went on to own the car into the 2000s.
Finished in Oxford Blue with original Navy Blue leather and hood, this Volante has been subject to an older restoration which has mellowed beautifully in the intervening years.
This Aston has a comprehensive history file containing a number of the older registration documents, a copy of the original build sheet, current and past MOT certificates, and copies of previous invoices from specialists such as Desmond Smail and Ken Shergold amongst others.
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