Selling A 1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk I Drophead Coupe
During the 1953 model-year, the addition of two occasional seats would turn the classic Aston Martin DB2 into a 2+2 sports touring car; it would become the Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk I. In addition to being offered as a Fixed-Head Coupe, the Db2/4 Mk I was available as a stylish and sophisticated Drophead Coupe convertible. While both models were first offered with a 2.6L Vantage engine, from April 1954 a 2.9L engine with 140hp and a top speed of 120mph would become standard. In total, it is estimated that 565 examples were produced during the short Mk I production period, approximately 102 examples of the Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk I Drophead Coupe were built. Of these, more than half were thought to be right-hand drive for the British market. Whether your 1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk I Drophead Coupe is in pristine condition or has recently been pulled from a barn after years of collecting dust, the Alex Manos team would be excited to hear from you! Always looking to add classics of all makes, models and conditions to their inventory of European and American classics, you can count on their team to make you a top dollar offer if they think your classic is a great fit.
1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk I Drophead Coupe Seller’s Guide
The 1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk I Drophead Coupe is an excellent example of 1950’s European automotive design and engineering; it makes an excellent addition to any classic car garage or showroom. This is something you likely already know as a classic Aston Martin owner. One of the important steps in selling your 1954 classic Aston Martin, however, is helping potential buyers understand the importance of your particular model. Does your DB2/4 Mk I Drophead Coupe have an interesting ownership history? Have you painstakingly restored your example from head-to-toe? Does it come with any additional factory options? The answers to these questions are paramount to not only the value of your classic in today’s market, but also in representing your classic to buyers. Another important Seller’s Tip is to authenticate your model by matching engine and chassis numbers to Aston Martin records prior to listing your classic. You should also be happy to share this information with potential buyers. These, of course, are just a few of the many Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team recommends to their clients and friends.
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When you’re ready to explore the sales options for your 1954 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk I Drophead Coupe, the Alex Manos team looks forward to hearing from you. Should your classic be something they’re interested in, you can count on a top dollar cash offer on the spot! They can also arrange for inspections and transportation from any place in the country. Connect with their team today to take the hassle and heartache out of your sales experience. Connect today!