How much would you pay for this Aston Martin DBS that carries 30 years in a barn?

Aston Martin DBS30 years, that is to say, are those who has passed the Aston Martin DBS of these images to be saved, without seeing the light of the sun. This barn-find Aston Martin DBS 1968, will be one of the jewels of the auction Silverstone Auctions will be held the next day, may 20. It is expected that by this british sports takes you without moving from 1986 reach more than 75,000 euros in the bid.

This type of cars abandoned tend to reach high values at auctions, especially taking into account its state. In many cases even exceeds the value of a unit in perfect conditions, as it happened with many of the cars from the collection Baillon auctioned last year in Retromible Paris. Another question is to know what will happen with this car after the winning bid, if the new owner restore it to the last detail, or if you just cleaned to keep it in its current state, or even that even!.

Aston Martin DBSThe actual record of this Aston Martin DBS dates back to November 5, 1968, when it was sold in Surrey, England. In 1970 it passed into the hands of its second owner, who brought it to the british island Jersey, in the English channel. It was there where the car spent the rest of their days until being discovered in a barn with only 30.565 miles on your odometer, something logical if we stick to the dimensions of the island of Jersey, with five to eight miles of surface.

This Aston Martin DBS is one of the first units model (launched in 1967) and is equipped with the engine of six-cylinder in-line 4.0-liter 287 HP, which later, in 1969, was replaced by a more powerful V8 of 5.3 liters.

Source – BoldRide

Aston Martin DBS
Aston Martin DBS
Aston Martin DBS
Aston Martin DBS

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