1959 Aston Martin DB2/4325,000 USD - Asking Price

1959 Aston Martin DB2/4

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Black Leather

Reference Number 629630

as of 10/21/2020

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Stock Number 23533

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24-30, 46th Street  Phone  (718) 545-0500  City  Astoria
Astoria, NY 11103  Fax  (718) 545-1308  State  New York
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Car 1959 Aston Martin DB2/4
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Ultimate Gentlemans Sports Car: 1959 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk III Factory Left-Hand Drive with Matching Numbers: One of Only 551 Produced 


This 1959 Aston Martin DB2/4 MK III is a stunning matching numbers car and a very strong driver just out of 25 year ownership. Retaining its original color combination of Desert White with Black Connelly leather. The ultimate and most highly refined variant of the successful Aston Martin DB2/4, the Mark III was introduced in March 1957 and produced through July 1959. One of only 551 produced. This particular example participated in the California Mille in 2014 and is offered with its Heritage Certificate, original owners instruction book, and tools. Accompanied by several service records as well. The car runs and drives excellent and shows very nicely overall with lovely paint, chrome, and interior. Very straight body and solid undercarriage. An extremely desirable and collectible late production Mk III model in factory left-hand drive form. A true gentlemans sports car offering performance, exclusivity and style. This Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk III is perfect for an owner looking for a sports car eligible for numerous events. 

Factory left-hand-drive

Matching-numbers example

One of only 551 Produced

Retaining its Original Color Combination 

Eligible for world-class rallies and driving events  

Accompanied by several service records  

Desirable and Collectible Mark III DB2/4 Price: $325,000