Produced from 1950 to 1953, the Aston Martin DB2 was the first post-war production car for the British manufacturer. Several DB2 prototypes had been built in 1949 and were entered in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France, yet the first official debut to the public would be at the 1950 New York Motor Show. It would appear more civilized at the show, with proper bumpers and more complete and comfortable equipment. The 2.6L six-cylinder engine would offer 115hp in standard form, while a Vantage version (125hp) was offered at an additional cost. Its aluminum body, which was handcrafted at Feltham, offered a hinged front section hood, nose and fenders that tilted forward for access to the engine. The classic DB2 was available as a standard Fixed-Head Coupe and as a Drophead Coupe convertible. Many thought the Drophead Coupe versions were particularly stylish, yet very few would be manufactured. In total, little more than 400 examples of the DB2 were made, of which it is estimated that 97 were in the Drophead Coupe body style. If you’re thinking about buying a 1952 Aston Martin DB2 Drophead Coupe, rest assured knowing that The Beverly Hills Car Club can assist you in your search.
Deciding to buy a 1952 Aston Martin DB2 Drophead Coupe is often the culmination of years of dreaming. Whether you’re an Aston Martin enthusiast looking to add a DB2 with racing pedigree to your collection or a classic car collector that appreciates the design and history of the car, partnering with The Beverly Hills Car Club means finding the DB2 that best suits your needs. With years of experience in the classic car market, their team has the industry connections and resources available to ensure you are aware of DB2 examples coming on the market. Furthermore, whether you’re looking for a DB2 for restoration or one that is pristine, their team can help you authenticate and inspect the DB2. Their team is always available for consultation and looks forward to sharing more Buyer’s Tips for the 1952 Aston Martin DB2 Drophead Coupe with you.
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