Reference Number AW281013bs
Make Aston Martin
Drive Side right
Odometer reading N/A
Exterior Colour Choice
Interior Colour Choice
This particular DB2/4 MKII was delivered to it’s first guardian in 1956. Requiring a full restoration, the car can be purchased "as is" and restored by the new keeper or as befits a model such as this, be treated to the best restoration possible.
To this end, we have developed what we call the "Aston Bespoke" restoration. Celebrating 100 years of Aston Martin and 25 years of Aston Workshop each model in the Aston Bespoke Range offers the very latest enhancements and upgrades, transforming them into the ultimate version of these iconic classics.
The original DB2 was the first Aston to be sold with those famous initials following David Brown’s acquisition of the company in 1947. The DB2/4 was introduced in 1953. This is your opportunity to create the car of your dreams, with more than a little help from Aston Workshop of course! This bespoke DB2/4 will represent the very finest restoration possible with every conceivable enhancement, resulting in what must surely be the ultimate DB2.
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