1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV
Above Images ©Simon Clay © 2010 Courtesy of Gooding & Company
In September 1961, the DB4 received some of the most notable revisions since its introduction in 1958. This included an egg-crate grill and a slimmer, more squared-off front hood scoop.
Available as an option was the Special Series engine with three SU HD8 carburetors and a new cylinder head with larger valves. A full Vantage-spec DB4 Series IV included this engine with covered headlights from the DB4 GT.
Our feature DB4 Series IV, chassis DB4/827/L, was originally delivered to Ontario, Canada in Caribbean Pearl with dark blue Connolly leather. Retained by the same family for over 50 years and kept in original condition.
At their 2011 Amelia Island sale, Gooding & Company sold DB4/827/L for $440,000 USD. It had only 39,262 miles on the odometer with original exterior paint, date-coded Triplex glass, Lucas Le Mans headlamps, window felt, rubber weather stripping. It was sold with the original owner's manual, the sales agent's business card, jack, Dunlop RS5 spare and leather jack straps.
In 2012 the car was thoroughly cleaned for inclusion into the Post-war preservation class at the 2012 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
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Chassis & Sales
1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV DB4/827/L - sold for $440,000
Recently Discovered in Single-Family Ownership. Delivered New to Toronto. Matching-Numbers, Factory Left-Hand Drive Example. Rare Color Combination of Caribbean Pearl over Blue. Beautifully Preserved Paint, Interior and Compartments. Offered with Tools, Jack, Owner’s Manual, Workshop Manual and Original Documents. Ideal Candidate for Preservation Display.
Gallery: 2011 Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company
1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV - sold for $385,000
Desirable Late-Production DB4. Factory Left-Hand-Drive Example. Delivered New to Valencia, Spain. Single-Family Ownership for Almost 50 Years. Beautifully Preserved Original Interior. Classic Aston Martin Livery. Perfect for AMOC Events, Rallies and Shows.
Gallery: 2011 Pebble Beach Auctions by Gooding & Company
1962 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV DB4/794/L - sold for $572,000
Original California delivery, factory left-hand drive vehicle. Fitted with desirable overdrive option. Matching numbers. Fresh, superb concours level restoration by marque specialists.
Gallery: Monterey 2012 by RM Auctions
1961 Aston Martin DB4 Series IV DB4/828/L - sold for $412,500
Desirable Late-Production DB4. Factory Left-Hand-Drive Example. Delivered New to Valencia, Spain. Single-Family Ownership for Almost 50 Years. Classic Aston Martin Livery. Recent Cosmetic and Mechanical Attention. Perfect for AMOC Events, Rallies, and Shows.
Gallery: The 2013 Scottsdale Auctions by Gooding & Company
1962 Aston Martin DB4/870/R - sold for $423,500
Formerly of the Bob Pond Collection. Purchased new by female British rally driver Mary Handley-Page. Winner of multiple AMOC concours awards. Recently serviced by Aston Martin specialists.
Gallery: 2014 Monterey by RM Auctions