Selling A 1958 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2
The 1958 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2 was the natural progression of the DB2 lineup. It would follow the Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark II and would be the impetus for the DB4 that followed. It would use the same infamous W.O. Bentley-designed Lagonda 2.9L six-cylinder engine that had seen great success throughout the range, although it would be redesigned by Tadek Marek to increase output and performance. Officially launched in 1957, the DB Mark III 2+2 would be produced for just a short time before being replaced in 1959. Offering a new, more graceful and refined front grille that was inspired by the DB3S racecar of the era, the DB Mark III 2+2 is known for setting the stage for many wonderful Aston Martins to come. It would also feature a new instrument panel directly in front of the driver, which also mimicked the curvature of the DB3S racecar grille. Buyers of the time also had quite a few engine options with this particular Aston Martin model. They could opt for the standard 2.9L engine for 162hp, the addition of twin exhausts for 178hp, a Special Series engine with three Weber carburetors for 195hp, or a DBD version with three SU carburetors and 180hp. Today, DB Mark III 2+2 models with these additional factory upgrades are highly sought after.
1958 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2 Seller’s Guide
With little more than 550 of the DB Mark III 2+2 classics produced between 1957 and 1959, when it comes time to sell your 1958 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2 you can rest assured knowing you’ll have interest from a variety of sources. Collectors and enthusiasts are searching for DB Mark III models of all conditions, including unfinished restoration projects, rolling chassis, barn finds, and mint-condition examples – and everything in between. The Alex Manos team, a California classic car dealership based in Los Angeles, would be delighted to learn more about your particular model. They have years of experience in the industry and are always looking to buy American and European classic cars of all makes, models and conditions. In fact, they are known for offering top dollar in cash to sellers for all types of classics and would be happy to discuss your classic Aston Martin’s value in today’s market. To learn more about the cars they’re interested in or to begin discussions, do not hesitate to contact them today; they are just a phone call away.
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Selling a 1958 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2 can be an exciting yet emotional time. When you’re ready to take the hassle and worry out of selling your classic, connect with the Alex Manos team of professionals. They look forward to hearing from you soon and welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and lasting business. Connect today!