CHASSIS No. DB6/2719/R | SPECIFICATION Est. 385+ bhp, DOHC inline six-cylinder engine with three Weber DCOE 50 carburetors, five-speed manual gearbox, independent front suspension with coil springs, live rear axle suspension with coil springs and lever-arm dampers, and four-wheel disc brakes.
On April 3, 1984, Mr. Kayne sold 2719/R to Scott Vincent, who imported the car to the United States. Eventually coming into the care of Arthur Wexler, of Larchmont, New York, the DB6 was purchased in 1990 by Peter Ungen and Marjan Kraljevic, a well-known Aston Martin expert who cut his teeth working on the race cars of famed championship driver Bob Grossman after escaping from communist Yugoslavia.
The original right-hand drive dashboard panel and DCOE 45 Weber carburetors have been retained and are included, at the buyer’s shipping expense, from Connecticut, for the owner who might someday wish to return the car to its original configuration.In addition to the thoughtful upgrades, more standard restoration measures were conducted, such as a rebuild of the brakes and original shocks and a general refurbishment of virtually every mechanical and cosmetic component, including a stunning refinish in Aston Martin Black Pearl with a new interior in caramel tan. Completed in the summer of 2006 and documented with a comprehensive account of invoices, .