Selling A 1959 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2
The Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2, an heir to Aston’s first postwar production model the DB2, would be the final variation of the line. First launched in March 1957 and manufactured through July 1959, the Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2 would ultimately be replaced by the DB4. Nevertheless, many collectors and enthusiasts favor this classic because it gave iconic styling cues that are still seen today in many Aston Martin models. The 1959 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2 makes a fabulous addition to any collection, showroom or garage. Externally, while quite similar to its DB2/4 Mk II predecessor, the DB Mark III 2+2 would offer a new front radiator grille that mimicked the shape and graceful elegance of the DB3S racecar of the era. Inside, a new instrument panel would move gauges in front of the driver and would also mimic the shape and design of the grille. Under the hood, buyers had several engine options, all of which were based on the original 2.9L six-cylinder engine that had becomes famous throughout the DB2 range. In total, little more than 550 examples of the DB Mark III would be manufactured, and would be seen in both Fixed-Head Coupe and Drophead Coupe Convertible styles. If you’re thinking about selling a 1959 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2 – no matter what its condition or location – the Alex Manos team would be delighted to speak with you.
1959 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2 Seller’s Guide
Whether you’ve recently inherited a 1959 Aston Martin DB Mark III 2+2 and simply don’t have the space to keep it, are ready to make room in the garage for your next restoration project, or simply need the funds for other things, the Alex Manos team understands the importance these classic Aston Martin models can have to their owners. Renowned for their fair and honest car deals, the Alex Manos Los Angeles classic car dealership is always excited to learn about new classics being offered for sale, and would be happy to speak with you about your particular model. With years of experience and knowledge in the industry, their team can help you determine a fair value for your classic in today’s market and, if it fits into their inventory, will be delighted to make you a top dollar offer. They can pick up from any location in the United States, will pay in cash on the spot, and can typically work the entire transaction in just 48 hours from your initial call. When you’re ready to take the hassle and worry out of selling your Aston Martin, connect with Alex and his team.
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