Car nerds are often heard uttering this phrase when talking about cars:
What they are generally referring to is the desire to have some proof that the car still has its original power train (engine/transmission/etc.) as when it left the factory. A car with an engine or tranny swap is potentially less desirable than an ‘all original’.
This got me thinking – where are all the numbers on the DB9?
In this article I will chronicle where I find them so you can dig them up on your car too! [Share where you find them too in the comment section below and I will keep this updated] Continue reading “An Aston Martin DB9 by the Numbers”