1973→1978 Aston Martin V8 Series 3
In July of 1972, Aston Martin took took an unusual step by reverting from Bosch's mechanical fuel injection to a quartet of Weber carburetors.
To clear the four twin-choke, 42mm Weber carburetors and their airbox, a larger scoop was fitted on the hood.
Besides other small detail changes to the seats, switchgear and some smaller items, the car remained much the same until production changed to the Series 4 in 1978.
Chassis & Sales
1977 Aston Martin V8 Series III Coupé - sold for €24,301
Aston Martin (Sales) Ltd. of Sloane Street, London sold this fine example new on 7 January 1977 to Lord Rotherwick. The current owner acquired it approximately nine years ago, not long after it had undergone a major refurbishment. Mileage is currently just over 100,000. Offered from a private automobile collection and equipped with a robust TorqueFlite three-speed automatic gearbox, it is in excellent all-around condition and complete with a c... more
Gallery: 2011 Salon Privé Auction by RM
1977 Aston Martin V8 Coupe V8/11728/LCA - sold for $118,250
Desirable US-Delivery, LHD Series III Weber-Carbureted Example. Complete with Copies of Factory Car Record and Warranty Cards. Comprehensively Serviced and Well Maintained. One of Just 967 Series III Cars Produced. Exceptional Purity of Line Without Later Aerodynamic Embellishments. Britain’s Definitive Limited-Production GT of the 1970s.
Gallery: The Scottsdale Auctions by Gooding & Company