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 , racing conrods, a DB3S style crankshaft, triple SU's making the engine really tractable with an impressive potential for further development of tuning and power.
This car participated at a 3 short races races at Silverstone International Circuit under the auspices of the AMOC. Whilst being road legal the car is eligible for Stirling Moss and HSCC Historic Road Sports.
This car is a rare breed and offers you the unique opportunity to own a superbly documented pedigree 1950's racing sports car with costly and wide improved power to weight ratio and exceptional manoeuvrability.
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