ASTON MARTIN DB2 VANTAGE, PRISTINE CONDITION WITH JUST REBUILD ENGINE!
The Aston Martin DB2 was shown at the public at the New York Motor Show of 1950.
This was not the first time that the public could see this very special cars. 3 examples had raced at the grueling 24 Hours of LeMans.
Unfortunately 1 of the three cars was involved by a fatal accident.
The DB2 has been designed by Frank Freeley and was initially built as a two-seater touring car. It was the first real production car for Aston Martin and the new price of the DB2 was in those years around 1.600,- ponds.
The DB1, the car were the DB2 was based on was the first Aston which had the initials of David Brown (the owner at that time) as model name.
The production designs were very similar to the vehicles which raced at Le Mans. The cars had the same engine which was a W.O. Bentley designed Lagonda six-cylinder engine which produces standard 115 horsepower. An optional Vantage upgrad