- 105,000 miles
One of the most original, continuously used and loved MKIII’s in existence. The current owner, an AMOC member for 41 years, bought VOW 136 in 1981. In his custodianship, it has been driven accross Europe, competed in numerous Sprints & Hill Climbs...
Introduced to the public at the London Motor Show in 1953, the DB2/4 offered a true first in the motoring world as it was Aston Martin that brought the 'sporting hatchback' to the world. This innovation came about as the DB2/4 was a four seater un...
Aston Martin Works
The 4 cylinder DB1 introduced in 1948 was superseded in 1949 by the all new DB2 complete with the 6 cylinder, W.O.Bentley designed twin overhead cam engine that was acquired by David Brown when he purchased the Lagonda company. The 2 seater DB2 wa...
Runnymede Motor Company
- 65,150 miles
Red Connolly Leather Upholstery,Two Former Keepers on V5 Document,One of Just 448 Fixed Head Examples,Dry Stored For 42 YearsNoneNow available at Peter Vardy Heritage is our stunning DB2/4 and, according to its accompanying copy ...
Peter Vardy Heritage