Selling A 1951 Aston Martin DB2
Available from 1950 to 1953, the Aston Martin DB2 would be the company’s first successful post-war production car. After acquiring both the Aston Martin and Lagonda companies, the DB2 would become David Brown’s first Aston Martin and would set the tone for many more impressive Aston Martin cars to come. The 1951 Aston Martin DB2 would be very similar to the racing version first used at the 1949 24 Hours of Le Mans race, yet would offer some creature comforts that were not used in the racecars. It would be praised for offering all the performance of a Le Mans car with the comforts of a highway touring car. To say that the debut at the 1950 New York Motor Show was a success would be an understatement; Aston Martin could not produce the DB2 fast enough. In just three years, approximately 339 Coupes and 102 Drophead Coupes would be hand built. In later years, the company would offer a Vantage edition for additional power, and a DB2/4, which offered two occasional rear seats for passengers. If you’re the owner of a 1951 Aston Martin DB2 and are thinking about selling, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to learn more about your classic.
1951 Aston Martin DB2 Seller’s Guide
With the 1951 Aston Martin DB2 being rather rare in today’s market, there are always buyers looking to snag these great finds when they become available. The Aston Martin DB2 models with racing pedigree are perhaps some of the most sought-after. As a seller, one of the most important decisions you will need to make is how you want to sell; will you use an auction house, a classic car broker or an online advertisement. Each of these have their advantages and disadvantages, but beware of hidden fees from auction houses and brokers that will take a chunk out of your sale. You’ll also need to ensure that you fully understand the condition and rarity of what you have in order to place a value on your classic. This can be a difficult step, particularly if you are not actively involved in the classic car market or have little to no knowledge of Aston Martin classics. This is where the Alex Manos team can help. With years of experience in the classic car market, their team has the knowledge and expertise needed to help you assess the value of your Aston Martin DB2 in today’s market. Furthermore, should you classic fit into their collection, their team will happily make you a top dollar cash offer on the spot. No headaches or hassles. When you choose to partner with their team, you can rest assured knowing your experience will be nothing short of exceptional.
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