This increasingly desirable 1971 Aston Martin DBS V8 is a highly original example that would benefit from minor cosmetics and servicing at this time. Overall, the exterior of this DBS V8 is in good condition for a 50-year-old car. The Ascot Gray paint is not without some flaws and the deep red leather interior shows plenty of patina but still complements the light exterior wonderfully. The dashboard is clean and the carpets fit snugly into their positions. The underside of the car is solid and tidy, as are things under the hood. Surface corrosion is minimal and everything is in its proper place. The rear glass has a crack in it but the rest of the glass remains intact. There are some bumps and bruises both inside and out, but work required to deal with them would be described as minimal at best. The car has been off the road for the last 10 years or so and will require servicing prior to active road use. Not currently running but the motor is cranking freely with the key. The build sheet shows that the car came equipped with an automatic transmission, air conditioning, speakers, Fiamm horns, two headrests, a Waso steering lock with ignition buzzer, a door mirror, and two rear lap bolts. With fantastic British styling, a roaring V8, and a fantastic color combination, this particular Aston would make a great drivers car, and its only a few steps away from being show-worthy. This 1971 Aston Martin DBS V8 Series II V8 is not to be overlooked by any enthusiast or collector of the marque.
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