This car of course if you haven’t already in the know comes with an estimated 300 horsepower 3670 cc engine fitted with a 4 speed synchromesh alloy-cased, close ration gearbox together with a 4 wheel coil spring suspension. This car will outrun most sedans of today’s world, so speaking of performance, this car truly will give anyone a run for their money.

While Aston Martins are always gems to own, getting to have one of the 75s in your home would be icing on the cake and this would be sweet. Held by RM Auctions, they will be putting up the Aston Martin D84 GT holding the chassis number #0175/L which typically is a D84 GT Lightweight version. Take note that the lightweight version is one which has reduced the original weight of the D84 significantly. This is because they have used aluminum in a lot of areas instead of steel and has taken out the heater, the audio and its speakers and whichever they deemed to be irrelevant. And to top it off, there are only 6 lightweights out of the 75 built.

So if you are thinking of buying this, you are typically buying a limited edition of the limited edition, cool huh? Of course, that means you are looking at a very, very, very limited model which you will have to prepare somewhere between the bracket of US$950,000-$1,000,000 if you want to buy this antique gem. The car did has gone through an articulate total restoration process around the mid 90s where new racing tyres from Dunlop, Dayton wire wheels and a 4 point roll bar has been fitted in. While it has not been used competitive for racing, it was used for vintage car races in Laguna Seca and Lime Rock Park.

 

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