Buying an Aston Martin DB5 is now only possible at a horrible price. Up to £ 1 million can be priced in perfect condition, not to mention the previous DB4, which NAV, for example, put up for auction. And now a British collector is selling three Aston Martin DB5s at a time only in bundles, at a set price of £ 4 million, which is currently a little over £ 1.6 billion.
Nicholas Meet, who sells classic Aston Martins, was hired to find a new owner for the special collection. And the three DB5s are an incredibly attractive offer, as in addition to the classic coupe, there is also a Vantage convertible and a shooting brake, the latter being one of the rarest versions.
The Harold Radford & Sons body-building workshop carved a station wagon from a British sports car made in the 60s. A total of 11 pieces were made and only one that is from Vantage, that’s it. That is, the price is essentially indeterminate, but it is so sure that it is worth a lot. Previously, it was not uncommon for the station wagon to be given £ 2 million, so there is no doubt that this package is the most valuable piece.
Coupes and convertibles can be found in the market, but their value is downright high. Both are exclusive Vantage models, with 60 coupes and only 5 convertibles, so their individual value can reach £ 1 million. The Vantage models ’4.0-liter in-line six-cylinder engine has been tuned to 40 horsepower, delivering 322 horsepower instead of 282 and reaching 60 miles per hour in 6.5 seconds.
The three cars will soon be on display at the London Concours. Now for the first time you will see the special collection and the wealthy buyer can also watch the cars live. The price of the package is fixed, presumably the customer base can be barely a handful of targeted customers. For them, the price of £ 4 million is a pretty good deal considering the unconsciously high value of the station wagon.