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Aston Martin DB 6 Body

An interesting look at the plate. Very stable profiles are mostly stuck here, but partly also riveted. High sills and above all things the comparatively large transmission tunnel contribute to stability, but also narrow the usable space for passengers. Especially the rear arranged transmission takes much space away. The boot floor is located relatively high. A connection to the interior is not visible until a possible hatch. Therefore may rise the sense of security of the passengers by this image.The transmission tunnel is cut back and allows a view of the aluminum tube, in which rotates the cardan shaft of carbon fiber. A look on the rear brake (Fig. 2) reveals a special feature. Hand and foot brake are arranged separately on the disc. So no question of a disc in the integrated drum brake.               Top of page               Index
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