Selling A 1953 Aston Martin DB2 Fixed-Head Coupe
The 1953 Aston Martin DB2 Fixed-Head Coupe and Drophead Coupe models would be the last in a three-year production span prior to the release of the DB2/4. While production of the original DB2 would only last three short years, the history of the classic carries back much further. David Brown, who had made his fortune in transmissions and farm tractors, would acquire both the Aston Martin and Lagonda companies prior to 1949. With this purchase, he would gain the engine technologies used by Lagonda and the chassis technology of Aston Martin. Together, these technologies would be used to launch the DB2 racing prototypes, which would be entered in the 1949 24 Hours of Le Mans race. After notable successes in motorsport, Aston Martin would present a production version of the DB2 at the 1950 New York Auto Show. The two-seat classic would cause quite a stir; Aston could not hand make the DB2 fast enough. In just three short years, more than 411 examples would be produced, of which both Fixed-Head Coupe and Drophead Coupe examples were available. Buyers also had the option of a standard tune engine or a performance-based Vantage tune that increased horsepower. If you’re thinking about selling a 1953 Aston Martin DB2 Fixed-Head Coupe, you can rest assured knowing that there is certainly demand for and interest in these particular models.
1953 Aston Martin DB2 Fixed-Head Coupe Seller’s Guide
Although only estimates, approximately 309 examples of the Aston Martin DB2 Fixed-Head Coupe were produced – they are quite rare today. When selling your classic DB2, it will be imperative to authenticate your model as original. One of the best ways to do this is to match engine and chassis numbers with historic Aston Martin records. You’ll also want to establish if the classic has any special ownership or racing history. If you’re not sure where to start, the Alex Manos team can assist you. Another very important Seller’s Tip is to try to take the emotion out of your sale. This can be difficult, particularly if the car has been in your life for a long time, was owned by a family member, or was the result of years of restoration work. However, too often owners put too much emotion into the sale and miss out on great opportunities and offers from serious buyers. The Alex Manos team would be happy to learn more about your 1953 Aston Martin DB2 Fixed-Head Coupe to help you determine its value in today’s market and can share with you other Seller’s Tips for success. They are always available for consultation and enjoy talking with other owners and enthusiasts about these cherished classics.
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