This immaculately presented Aston Martin DB2/4 has recently been the subject of an extensive restoration, with the result that it is now an exceptional example of the Feltham marque’s handsome Grand Tourer. Chassis number LML/1027 was a left-hand-drive North American export that was built on 5 July 1955. It was dispatched on 28 July that year to the Peter Satori Company in Pasadena, California, and the build sheet notes that it had been fitted with the optional Dunlop Roadspeed whitewall tyres. The DB2/4 was finished in Imperial Crimson and featured a Beige interior – the colour scheme that it once again wears today. It was sold new to Graham Sterling, who was based in Los Angeles and went on to be President of the State Bar of California in 1958-’59. It’s thought that he kept the Aston Martin until 1968, when it passed to EG Wadkins and Lynette A Booth of Apple Valley, California. By 2005, the DB2/4 had been acquired by a marque enthusiast and collector, who had it dismantled in preparation for a complete restoration. Before that process could be finished, he was forced to sell his collection, and while the chassis and body had been partially restored, the car was still in need of completion. It was sold at auction by RM and imported back into the UK, after which the rebuild was completed to the exceptional standard in which the Aston Martin appears today. The bodywork was restored and refinished by David Brown Restorations Ltd in Mansfield, the interior trim was handled by Dave Beswick, and the 2.6-litre straight-six engine and gearbox were rebuilt by Feltham-era Aston Martin specialist Davron. Now proudly being offered for sale with The Classic Motor Hub, this Aston Martin DB2/4 comes with its original build sheet – supplied by Aston Martin Dorset – and instruction book, plus a certificate from the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust. We Sell Classic Bikes is a classic bike dealer based in Gloucestershire, England. As we have a large volume of interest from Australians in our classics we are now listing on the Australian marketplace. We have shipped a number of Norton’s, Triumphs and Tritons in recent months to customers in Australia. All our prices include shipping and insurance. Please take a look at our stock and get in touch if anything takes your fancy.
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