1957 ASTON MARTIN DB2/4 MKII
(To be sold Un-Registered & with Vic RWC)
CLASSIC 1950’s GRAND TOURING
The Aston Martin DB2/4 was produced between 1953 and 1957 and superseded the DB2. The DB2/4 was initially available in a Coupe, Saloon or Spider and was
powered by the 2.6 litre straight 6 DOHC Lagonda engine designed by W.O. Bentley.
The DB2/4 MkII, introduced in 1955 was fitted with an uprated, 2.9 litre version of the Lagonda engine with significantly improved power and torque. With a total production run of 199 units, the MkII was available as a 2 seater Drop Head Coupe, a 2 seater Fixed Head Coupe or a 2+2 Fastback which was marketed as a saloon.
This Original RHD DB2/4 MkII, 1 of only 146 Saloons produced is a fantastic example of the series with its classic 50’s Grand Touring coachwork, finished in British Racing Green, complimented by the stylish interior with sumptuous tan leather seats, matching carpets and of course, the walnut veneer dash.
The Aston Martin drives like a true GT car of the period, with it’s powerful engine providing excellent high speed cruising, as well as impressive period performance. With a top speed of around 120MPH and 0-60 MPH in about 10.5 seconds, the Aston was no slouch. To further enhance the touring experience, a Tremec 5 Speed Gearbox has been fitted, allowing Better Ratios, Smoother Synchros & much Longer Legs. (The Original Gearbox has been retained, and will be passed on with the DB2/4)
A large history file documenting the last 24 years of ownership, and maintenance has been provided with the Aston, including invoices totalling over $25,000 spent in the last 18 months. Offered for sale in incredible condition, owing to it’s previous owner’s, fastidious maintenance, this much loved DB2/4 is sure to impress.
Priced without Reg, Talk to us about Reg, Club or Other Plate Options.
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