1972 Aston Martin DBSReview
Aston Martin V8 Auto Saloon Known As "douglas" — Douglas is a spendid machine. He has uprated aircon; brake servo vacuum plenum chambers, transmission, springs, front roll bar, valves and camshafts. I have complained to Facebook about not being able to list him as a V8.
Pros: Storms well; carries a lot of luggage; massively over-engineered.
Cons: Phenomenally expenisve to maintain; can blow up or brakes fail unepectedly without warning; luggage smells of petrol; doors are very thin aluminium and dent easily; is not especially environmentally friendly.
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Reviews From Other Years
A fast fun car that is good money and can go almost every where and you don't have to spend to much to get a used one!! You can also take a friend along with you anywhere you go. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!... Read More
This model I’m particularly looking forward to driving. The DBS is a beautiful expression of British Enginering but the manual transmission was a must for me. I may be making a few modifications to t... Read More
This car even though its not mine its my fathers amazes me turning corners and getting up to great speeds without even noticing it. This car`s price is pretty good for an exotic sport`s car. My review... Read More
The 1971 DBS was a straight six ,tripple carburettor engine churning out 280 - 300bhp and with an approx. top speed of 265km/hr... slighty less underpowered compared to the V8 fuel injected engine in ... Read More