1969 Aston Martin DB6 Mark 2 'Fuel Injection' now consigned for Duxford Auction on 18th March 2020

20/01/2020     Cars

Estimated to sell for between £250,000 and £300,000, one of just 46 DB6 MK2 Saloons to be built with AE Brico fuel injection (but converted to SU carburettors early in its life) has now been consigned for our Duxford auction on 18th March 2020.

Pleasingly retains its original 'VC' suffix (Vantage, Type C) engine, five-speed ZF manual gearbox and Black leather upholstery. First owned by Aston Martin and loaned to HRH Charles, Prince of Wales when his DB6 MK2 Volante was being serviced. Extensively restored by Alec Slade of marque specialist Excalibur Engineering during the early 2000s (less than 600 miles ago) and still highly presentable with current ownership since the early 1970s. Subtly enhanced with the engine now displacing 4.2 litres and the installation of Harvey Bailey dampers etc.