1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II

VIN: 25215

(Not The Actual Vin Number)

Stock# 25215
1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II
Stock#: 25215
Year: 1961
Vin#: 25215

One of 349 1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series II

This 1961 Aston Martin DB4 is a highly original and extremely desirable late-production Series II car undriven and largely unseen since circa 1969. Original Connolly leather and Wilton wool interior. One of just 349 DB4 Series IIs built and an intriguing recommissioning project or candidate for full restoration. Though the engine has been run as recently as early 2024, the car has not been driven since about 1970, which is supported by a 1969 Florida State inspection sticker remaining affixed to the windshield. The Aston Martin will require recommissioning prior to any road use. The DB4 is accompanied by its jack, tool roll, spare wheel, period under-dash air-conditioning components, and various other spares. Showing just 39,308 miles, this long-prized Aston Martin will be passed to its next caretaker who will have the choice of returning it to the road as a highly intact, low-mileage garage find, or restoring it to its original sophisticated splendor. Either way, the Aston Martin community will be the better for this long-sequestered example rejoining the ranks.

According to a copy of its build record on file, this DB4 Series II was first sold in March 1961 to the Grimmer Electrical Supplies Ltd. of East Ham, within greater London, presumably for use by one the company™s principals. In addition to confirming its matching-numbers engine, the build sheet notes that the Aston Martin was re-cellulosed within a few weeks of its sale date, likely as a condition of the sale, from Caribbean Pearl to the Goodwood Green that it still wears today. An accompanying identification tag issued by the Miami-based Shaw Brothers Shipping Company suggests the DB4 was imported to the US by Marathon, Florida-resident Walter B. Weidler, and fuel receipts bearing his name, found in the car, dated 1969, provide a rough time frame of his ownership.
Coachwork by Touring
  • A Long-Sequestered, Highly Original, Late-Production DB4 Series II
  • Undriven and Largely Unseen Since Circa 1969
  • Original Connolly Leather and Wilton Wool Interior
  • One of Just 349 DB4 Series IIs Built
  • An Intriguing Recommissioning Project or Candidate for Full Restoration
Price: $325,000

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