Aston Martin V8

The Aston Martin V8 is a grand tourer manufactured by Aston Martin in the UK from 1969 to 1989.
With the demise of the straight-six Vantage in 1973, the DBS V8, now restyled and called simply the Aston Martin V8, became the company’s mainstream car for nearly two decades.

This Aston Martin has been trimmed traditionally but with afew upgrades including Prince of Wales specification centre console, surface mount door pockets which house 2 of the 7 speakers hidden within this vehicle, including tweeters in the door cappings, sympathetically and discreetly covered for that seamless premium finish.