Selling an Aston Martin DB2
Manufactured from May 1950 to April 1953, the Aston Martin DB2 was quite an improvement over the model it replaced. Offering a straight-six engine rather than a straight-four, the Aston Martin DB2 was powered by a 2.6L engine that gave it great success on the racing circuit. Prior to production, the first prototype would arrive at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race of 1949. Based on Claude Hill’s tube-frame chassis that was designed for the DB1, the DB2 was seen in Coupe form, as designed by Frank Feeley. The production version of the Aston Martin DB2 would appear at the 1950 New York Motor Show; orders would rapidly come in over the weekend. Although the Aston Martin DB2 is quite rare in today’s market, the company was selling them as fast as they could produce them. In total, only 411 examples would be manufactured during the three years. If you’re thinking about selling your Aston Martin DB2, there is certainly additional value to be found if your model has any type of racing history that you can demonstrate with historic records. Collectors also enjoy the Drophead Coupe models that became available in 1950, of which little more than 100 were built.
Aston Martin DB2 Seller’s Guide
Also during 1950, a Vantage edition was released, which offered larger carburetors and higher compression ratio pistons. The Vantage edition is typically more valuable than those in standard tune, when compared to a model that is otherwise the same. One of the most important Seller’s Tips that the Alex Manos team can offer based on their years of experience in the classic car market is to ensure that you have authenticated your particular Aston Martin DB2 as an original. Matching engine and chassis numbers to historic records can do this, as can looking at records of ownership, maintenance, restoration or repair. If you need help with these important steps, the Alex Manos team would be delighted to assist you. A Los Angeles-based classic car dealership with a reputation for fair and honest car deals, they are always eager to “talk classics” with other enthusiasts and owners. In fact, if your Aston Martin DB2 fits into their collection, they’ll even make you a top dollar cash offer on the spot. They take the worry and headache out of selling your classic.
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To learn more about the Aston Martin DB2 or to explore the value of your classic in today’s market, please do not hesitate to contact the Alex Manos team at your convenience. In the meantime, be sure to browse their website to gain valuable Seller’s Tips and sales information to better arm yourself with information. Their team looks forward to hearing from you soon and to learning more about your classic Aston Martin DB2. Connect today!