1984 Aston Martin V8
The Aston Martin V8 is the successor to the Aston Martin DBS, which was first presented at the Paris Motor Show in 1967. In the beginning the DBS was offered only with a six-cylinder engine until finally the eight-cylinder came on the market. The Aston Martin DBS was then given the new name Aston Martin DBSV8 and after David Brown sold his company shares in 1972, the model was renamed to Aston Martin V8.The Aston Martin V8 was offered between 1972 and 1989 in various designs. In February 1978 the Aston Martin V8 Volante appeared – almost a decade after the last open Aston Martin went out of sale. Only 849 examples of the Volante were built in total.This Aston Martin V8 Volante is the popular first version with carburetor engine. The vehicle was delivered new on the 7th of May 1985 to its first owner in Switzerland. He ordered the convertible in the beautiful color combination Cumberland Gray with an interior made of beige leather.In 2014 the Aston Martin V8 Volante was imported to Germany and re-painted during October 2014 in the original color Cumberland Gray. Of course this work is documented by invoices. The leather is still the first original one and very well maintained.The car is well-documented. It comes with the Aston Martin Heritage Trust Certificate, which also confirms the matching number engine. Furthermore the original service booklet, the original owner’s manual and the original warranty card belongs to the vehicle, as well as the original jack.The mileage is documented by the obligatory swiss exhaust service records with 10 entries and the service book with 6 entries.There is an extensive assessment available which can be reviewed.