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Drive: RHD
Transmission: Manual
Mileage: Enquire
Colour: BLUE
Interior: For restoration
Price: £POA

The 4 cylinder DB1 introduced in 1948 was superseded in 1949 by the all new DB2 complete with the 6 cylinder, W.O.Bentley designed twin overhead cam engine that was acquired by David Brown when he purchased the Lagonda company. The 2 seater DB2 was an exceptional post war sports car and achieved notable success in motorsport especially at Le Mans. A drophead coupe was also available in addition to the sports saloon.

This 1952 Aston Martin DB2 that has been in the same ownership since 1970. It was regularly campaigned as a club racer with the AMOC in the 70’s and 80’s with various engines but has now been reunited with the original engine as supplied with the car when new. Thus we have pleasure in offering a matching numbers DB2 with a very early chassis number and ripe for total restoration. The car has always been kept garaged and hence has remained in good structural condition and should prove to be a very straight forward project for a capable engineer.   Full inspection welcomed. .

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