Peter Vardy Heritage offer this outstanding DB2/4.
According to its accompanying copy Aston Martin Ltd Build Sheet and Service Records, this particular MKI 2.6 litre example - chassis number LML/656 - was supplied new by Northampton Motor Services.
Specified with optional heavy duty shock absorbers and RJ needles, this 2+2-seater underwent further preparations for Continental Touring at the Feltham Works during June 1954. Pleasingly retaining its original Instruction Book which shows that new tyres were fitted in April 1958 (29,000 miles), September 1961 (45,000 miles) and June 1965 (58,000 miles).
Dry stored for forty-two years (1details below), this Aston Martin still shows just two former keepers on its V5C Registration Document. Having covered just 65,000 miles from new, the DB2/4 has not long emerged from an extensive, nut and bolt restoration that saw it stripped to a bare chassis. Having sought advice from Aston Services Dorset, Nicholas Mee and Four Ashes and Chicane Classics, the vendor had Ian Pitney and former Mulliner Park Ward panel beater Lance McCormack, refurbish the chassis and bodywork. The factory-fitted engine was overhauled by Dave Swithen using parts sourced from Stamper Aston Martin of Cumbria with Tarrozzeria carrying out the repainting, while ex-Wood & Pickett craftsman Patrick Hanson re-trimmed the interior. The culmination of these works resulting in what must be the best example on sale anywhere.
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So einmalig schön dieser DB2 sich präsentiert, so einzigartig und exklusiv ist seine Geschichte.
1954 in England von einem 34jährigen Mann gekauft und bis zur geplanten Veräusserung durch Bonhams im Jahre 2011 vom selben Besitzer gefahren.
Rückzug aus der Versteigerung und Verwahrung in der .....
This 1957 Aston Martin DB2/4 LHD is a matching numbers example perfectly suitable for easy restoration. Red with black interior. It comes complete and includes an extra engine and gearbox. The original matching numbers motor is out of the car. Don't miss this opportunity for only $249,500
Aston Martin DB2/4 MKI
Reference Number AW180117
Make Aston Martin
Drive Side right
Odometer reading N/A
Exterior Colour Blue
Interior Colour Grey
This particular 1955 DB2/4 is ideal for a sympathetic or full restoration and the .....
This 1955 Aston Martin DB2/4 LHD Drophead comes finished in a wonderful light blue metallic, believed to be a close match to this car's originally applied Haze Blue. It looks exceptional. The chromed wire wheels are fitted with Vredestein tires, and a set of period fog lights are mounted up front. Inside, .....
First owner from Mai 1955 until 1989 ! Second owner 1989 to 2017!
Wonderful Aston Martin DB 2/4 Coupè in rare and beautiful colourscheme.
Excellent documentation, e.g. correspondence between the owners, and condition.
Truely one of the most beautiful of this type, in perfect .....
This rare DB2 MKIII with chassis number 1668 was exported to Canada on 15/09/1958 and was originally in Peony Red.
The car returned to the UK in the ninetees and in 2000 it was subject of a comprehensive restoration that ended in 2009.
The engine benefits from a DBA conversion with new forged pistons .....
Aston Martin has a long and illustrious history of sporting success, which was mirrored by a long history of financial struggles and close encounters with the receivers. After the successful “Bertelli” days prior to WWII, the firm’s post-war resurgence took some time to get underway as they were .....
This DB2/4 Saloon was 100% restored last year.
This original LHD has matching numbers
CHASSIS : LML.966
ENGINE : VB6J/498
Ext. Colour : Blue Haze
The car was originally sold to the USA to a MR Charles Duane Montgommery in Los Angeles.
If you are looking for a stunning DB2/4 Saloon, than .....
Supplied in chassis form to Vignale and bodied in an elegant fast-back design, this ultra-rare Aston Martin was originally ordered for His Majesty the King of Belgium. Currently undergoing a full ground up restoration at Aston Workshop, this project represents a "once in a lifetime" opportunity to .....
1952 Aston Martin DB2 to works lightweight team car specification.
Totally rebuilt throughout this car will be ﬁtted with larger limited slip 4HA axle as is it the desired option (ratio free). Standard gearbox (4 speed David Brown).
Fully rebuilt 3 litre engine (standard 2.6 litres, works .....