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Chassis no. LML/906 - Engine no. VB6J/413
Coachbuilder: Mulliners
Categories: F- Cars owned by the famous; L- Limited edition cars (no. 102 manufactured)
Owner: Stefano Ricci Collection
One of the few DB2/4 LHD crafted by Mulliners of Birmingham.
Introduced at the 1953 London Motor Show the DB2/4 was a larger model than the previous DB2, offering two occasional rear seats.
Initially offered with the 2.6-liter engine, in April 1954 the model received the enlarged 2.9 liter unit giving 140cv.
It is believed that 102 DB2/4 Drophead Coupes were built over two years with more than half in right hand drive for the British market.
This is a left-hand drive car example, is fitted with the 2.6-liter engine still and it is produced with the drophead coupé (or cabriolet) body built by Mulliners of Birmingham.
A DB2/4 Drophead Coupé appeared in the 1963 Alfred Hitchcock film The Birds.
The DB2/4 Drophead was replaced by the updated DB2/4 Mark II in 1955, the first open Aston Martin with coachwork by Tickfords in Newport Pagnell.
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15th April 1955
owner: Ikodomtechniki Co. Ltd. | Greece
owner: E.s. Pitsos |
owner: Tsopanelis |
owner: Formobis Stanroe |
owner: Van Der Geer |
price: € 155.000,00
owner: Robert Bierman | Netherlands
24th September 2010 - 27th September 2010
uniques special ones international concours
| Florence (FI) | Italy
driver: Niccolò Ricci
co-driver: Elisabetta Bardelli
entry number: 56

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