Logic says that the car is older, it has less value. But for some models, when cross three decades, the price goes up to very high limits. Aston Martin ‘DB6 “may not have had the good fortune as his predecessor, the model” DB5 driven by James Bond in the film” Goldfinger ,” but it garnered praise of all lovers of the British limousine. A copy from 1969 for which the owner says that is in perfect condition, is currently up for auction.
Only 29 copies of this model were made, and a car listed for sale is in a property of the seller since 1981. Many would say that this car too reminiscent of its predecessor, but estimates are that on the day of the auction it will bring to its owner almost one million dollars.
If talking about the performance of this luxury vehicle, it has a six-cylinder 4.0-liter engine which provides 282 Hp, or 325 Hp when the “Vantage” version is concerned.