1964 Aston Martin DB4
The Aston Martin DB4 was shown at the London Motor show in 1958 and was then the first production car capable of 0-100mph in under thirty seconds. On arrival at our workshops in 2016, the vehicle was in a serious state of despair and in serious need of restoration.
This Aston Martin has been fully rebuilt to original specification, this includes a full mechanical rebuild, a new wiring loom with all electrical components undergoing refurbishment. All panels have undergone repair and the Aston Martin has also had a full repaint, a complete interior retrim to original Connolly leather and all interior and exterior components have been replated in chrome. The most bespoke aspect of this restoration project is the driver’s seat. Due to the height of the driver, the driver’s seat is on extra-long runners which provides the driver with the leg room he requires for a comfortable driving position.