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1978 Aston Martin V8 EFI

Auto Storica

1978 Aston Martin V8 EFI
Auto Storica
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23-0803022

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Spain

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Description

Engine 8 Cylinder / 5.3000cc / 315hp




Auto Storica is pleasured to announce this spectacular Aston Martin V8 1 of 216 “Volante” examples ever produced with the Weber electronic fuel injection (V585 E.F.I) whom was introduced at the New York Motor Show in January 1986 alongside the similarly updated AMV8 saloon. The major advance was the fitting of electronically controlled sequential fuel injection system, made by Weber/Marelli giving a power output of around 315 bhp with the 5.3L displacement. As there were no carburettors within the 'V' of the engine and correspondingly no air cleaner assembly, the overall height of the engine was reduced and thus the E.F.I. cars have a totally flat bonnet with no air intake. All of the V8’s Weber e.f.i. cars had the attractive BBS cross spoke 7-inch wheels considered as rare and desired keenly by enthusiasts. Also comes standard from factory with the 3-Speed Torqueflite Chrysler automatic transmission. This unit premiered in the US where it had two owners during the 17 years it was in the country and later in 2004 it was imported to England where its third owner had a complete restoration carried out in "Jubilee Silver" color by Aston Martin specialists in Britain. It currently has an English registration. We can take care of exporting without any type of impediment to a third country, as well as taking care of the procedures for registering a historic vehicle in Spain.