Aston Martin DB MKIII 1958 RHD Chassis : AM 300/3/1607 Engine : DBA 1218 The best of all the Feltham produced Astons is certainly this DB MKIII model. Immediately recongizable at the rear DB4-style lights. Important mechanical evolutions are the fitting of disc brakes at the front and Alfin Aluminium drums at rear, overdrive and twin sports exhaust. As can be seen this sought after II-nd series MKIII is in excelent shape. Panels are very straight and fit nicely all together. The paint-job from a couple of years ago still shows convincingly her excellent quality. Personally I like a classic car showing some patina on an original leather interior. That is why I asked our trimmer to try and save the original leather but rebuild the structure and cushions of the seats. The final result after the effort we made to improve the upholstery is a charming and cosy atmosphere thanks to the superbly patinated period leather. The photos taken from the engine compartiment demonstrate convincingly the full mechanical reconditionning we executed recently on this car. Engine (upgraded to very rare DBB specification with 3 SU carburettors) was rebuilt + all other mechanical components from suspension, steering and brakes completely overhauled. At the same time we freshened-up the engine compartiment and the whole underneath of this sportscar. Logic that this DB MKIII drives very well with excellent sporty power (surely 180 HP +), light steering, good brakes and well sorted suspension. Most DB MKIII's were produced in LHD for export to the USA, this European RHD version has always remained in the UK. Interesting registration: RVV 3 inclusive this sale. The last owner had this sportscar more than 20 years.
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