1970 Aston Martin DB4 Convertible Series 4


1970 Aston Martin DB4 Convertible Series 4



Chassis # DB4/C/1061/R
Engine # 370/948

- Delivered new in July 1962 to a lady in Yorkshire, England, and registered as WO 1
- Retained by the lady owner for thirty-two years, until 1994
- Benefitting from a 4.0 engine upgrade, hydraulic power steering, seat headrests, and other desirable modifications
- One of only 30 Series IV Convertible cars manufactured
- Supplied with a copy of its original build sheet and a one-year UK warranty

Detailed History
Originally sold in July 1962 to a lady in Thackley, West Yorkshire, the car was finished in Tudor Grey with Red Connolly hide trim and equipped with upgraded C18 horns, overdrive, and a gear lever cranked towards the driver. Being offered for sale at auction after 32 years of ownership, the AMOC register (published 2000) records 1061/R as being owned by a gentleman in 1998.

Now finished in Silver Sand with Burgundy leather trim, this fantastic example has had a variety of upgrades sympathetically incorporated such as increasing the engine capacity to 4.0 litres, converting the cylinder head to accept unleaded fuel, and fitting a modified DB6 MK2 adwest power assisted steering rack.

With the exception of the Zagato, the DB4 Convertible is the rarest Aston Martin road car of the David Brown era with a total of 70 built, and one of only 30 Series IV convertibles. With details of its past and improvements made for its present, 1061/R is a rare and exciting opportunity for its next custodian.
Exterior Colour Silversand
Interior Trim Red, red
Registered 1970
Mileage 60,000 miles
Transmission Manual



Interior Trim Red, red
Seat Colour red
Headlining colour red
Steering wheel colour brown
Carpet colour red

Hood colour red

Roof colour red
Dealer Location
Aston Martin Newport Pagnell, Tickford Street, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, MK16 9AN United Kingdom