An automatic transmission model, chassis number '2471' was supplied to Bradburys on 26th January1966 and sold to the first owner, Roy William Hamilton, on 1st February that year. The DB6 was finished in Caribbean Pearl with red Connolly hide interior trim, and was fitted from new with a Webasto sunroof at Roy Hamilton's request. The original registration was 'EON 666D'. Roy Hamilton covered 28,493 miles in the DB6 before passing away in 1982, whereupon it was inherited by his son, Charles John Hamilton. Charles Hamilton only drove the Aston to and from annual servicing until it was sold on 25th May 2001 to Richard Courtenay Cripwell, who covered 3,000 happy miles in the car before selling it to the next owner on 21st February 2012. The DB6 has been dry stored since purchase and only driven to and from servicing as well as on weekly Sunday runs in order to keep it in perfect running order. '2471' has been driven only 34,000 miles in 50 years the bulk of which was covered by two of the four owners. The DB6 was originally serviced by A J Beal Limited, Exeter (Aston Martin distributors and service agents). Thereafter it was maintained by Chapman Spooner, Walsall and then, during the ownership of Richard Cripwell, by Goldsmith & Young and Wren Classics in Wiltshire. This car is an exceptionally low mileage example in remarkably original condition. It has been garaged at all times from new and meticulously cherished for 48 years by fastidious owners.Possibly the finest un-restored DB6 still existing, '2471' is offered V5 registration document, a copy of the original factory specification sheet, the original DB6 instruction book and a comprehensive service history portfolio.