1953 Aston Martin DB2 Left-Hand Drive with Matching Numbers: One of
Only 411Aston Martin took the sporting automotive public by storm
with the first new car under David Brown?s watchful eye the DB2.
Debuted at the New York International Auto Show in 1950, this
potent sports car was an instant success with only 411 examples
built throughout the model?s production run. Currently presented in
metallic green with a black interior, this lovely, sporting Aston
Martin retains its matching-numbers engine per the accompanying
Aston Martin build sheet. Just out of long-term storage and
requiring mechanical attention prior to road use as it is not
currently running. Ordered through Wacky Arnolt?s famous dealership
in Chicago, LML/50/331 was delivered on June 11, 1953, to its first
owner, Joseph Marjob Esq. of Skokie, Illinois. Mr. Marjob selected
the striking color combination of Moonbeam Grey paired with blue
interior and gray piping. Bound for the US, this DB2 was also
specified in left-hand drive with Smiths instruments and Dunlop
tires. A truly rare opportunity, this unrestored Aston Martin, in
garage-find condition, is a wonderful candidate for straightforward
restoration.Chassis no. LML/50/331Engine no. VB6B/50/1157 Desirable
Left-Hand-Drive DB2 Delivered in Striking Colors Ordered New by
Wacky Arnolt?s Dealership in Chicago Retains Matching-Numbers
Engine per Factory Records Recently Discovered in a Wisconsin
Garage Accompanied by a Copy of the Aston Martin Build SheetPrice:
1953 Aston Martin Coupe
Location:Astoria, New York
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