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1955 Aston Martin DB 2/4 MK II

Many lovers of English classic cars believe that this vehicle is one of the most beautiful sports cars of this era.
The DB 2/4 was built from 1953 to 1957 and was essentially based on the earlier DB2 model.
David Brown, the managing director of Aston Martin, was himself so convinced of his sports cars that he had some cars prepared for both the Mille Miglia and the Monte Carlo Rally in 1955.
Interesting detail, the type designation DB are the initials of David Brown.
However, it is not so much the racing and rally history as the sheer form and low numbers that make the Aston Martin DB 2/4 II so interesting.
Both the King of Belgium and the King of Jordan - as well as the Duke of Kent (Queen Elizabeth II's cousin), as well as racing driver Peter Collins, high-speed legend Donald Campbell and, perhaps less surprisingly, David Brown himself are said to have owned a DB2/4.
And James Bond drove one in Goldfinger, too.

There is a history to this beautiful and perfectly restored Aston Martin DB2/4 since 1st delivery. The vehicle comes from a classic car collection. A full restoration was done from 2002 to 2007 for over 200,000 Euros at the time and no cost or expense was spared to make the car better than new.  All parts used for the restoration are original Aston Martin spares where possible.
The DB2/4 has been rebuilt to be Mille Miglia ready, the engine produces a whopping 185 horsepower like the DB3S race car, electric power steering has been retrofitted for better handling.

The Aston Martin comes with German vehicle registration. An Austrian individual vehicle approval can be carried out at the customer's request for an expense allowance.

The sale takes place in brokerage in the name of the current owner.

€ 295.900,00