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The Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark 3 Sports Car
The Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark 3 – A close look at this sports car including performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark 3 sports car was introduced in 1957 as a 2+2 hatchback, and was the successor to the DB2/4 Mark 2, of which 199 cars covering three variants were built. A variety of engines were used with the Drophead Coupe, and both variants were fitted with the more traditional hinged roof lids in preference to the hatchback body styling of the 2+2.Tips on Selling and Buying Cars
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The Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark 1 and 2 – A close look at this sports car including performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. In 1953, the DB2 sports car, the best-selling Aston Martin to date, was replaced by the Aston Martin DB2/4 Mark 1, priced at 2,621 pounds, which was offered as a Drophead Coupe, a 2+2 Hatchback Saloon, and a small number of Bertone designed Spider convertibles. It had an aluminium body with a kerb weight of 1195 kg, and early cars were prepared by the legendary coachbuilder Mulliner although, by 1954, this was changed to the Tickford Company.The Aston Martin DB2 Sports Car
The Aston Martin DB2 – A close look at this sports car including performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The Aston Martin DB2 sports car was launched in 1950 at the New York Motor Show, as the natural successor to the DB1 Two Litre Sports, and priced at 1,914 pounds. It was offered as a two door, two seater fixed head coupe and, later that year, as a drop head coupe. Early DB2’s had a three-piece chromed front grille with large cooling vents in the front wings, but later models had a one-piece grille, and no vents.The Aston Martin DB1 Sports Car
The Aston Martin DB1 – A close look at this sports car including performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices. The first sports car from Aston Martin appeared in 1914. In 1939, the Aston Martin Atom, a two door, four seater coupe was introduced, powered by a 2 litre, four cylinder, SOHC engine, with two Zenith carburettors. In the early 1940’s, this unit was replaced by a 2 litre, four cylinder, OHV engine, with two SU carburettors, and a compression ratio of 7.25:1. Linked to a four speed semi-automatic gearbox, this developed 90 bhp at 4750 rpm.