Aston Martin DB2 Vantage.
Right hand drive
F.I.V.A. papers – Mille Miglia Eligible.
Black, burgundy leather.
Chrome wire wheels.
Registered NUV 944, original number.
F.I.V.A. identity card (issued 12.10.17).
Immaculate burgundy leather upholstery.
Knock on chrome wire wheels, Michelin Pilot 600 16 road racing tyres.
Wood-rim steering wheel.
Wood dash fascia.
Electric power steering.
Uprated rear axle.
4 speed manual gearbox.
Brantz rally meter (international 2 pro).
Jack and tools.
Previous rally plates.
Rally spares kit.
Chrome fog lamps.
Full stainless manifolds and exhaust.
Uprated steering / suspension.
Braided brake hoses.
Aluminium, radiator with 5 blade fan and electric fan.
Lucas premium battery.
Battery isolation switch.
Twin carbs with K&N filters.
Under bonnet lamp.
Original under bonnet VIN / Chassis I.D. plates.
Polished rocker covers.
Spare wheel and tyre.
Runs on unleaded fuel.
161 BHP / Dyno tested.
Engine and gearbox rebuilt (Four Ashes Garage).
One of the last 20 DB2’s made.
Most other mechanical and running gear items rebuilt and improved (over £100,000 recently spent).
4 x vast history files and all documentation.
Chassis number # LML / 50 / 393
Engine number # VB6E / 50 /1221
Registered number # NUV 944
A fabulous car which has recently received over £100,000 worth of mechanical improvements and enhancements with historic road rallies and trails in mind. Most of the works completed by Aston Engineering and Four Ashes Garage.
Previously displayed on Aston Martin Owners Club Stand at NEC Classic Car Show 2013.
Competed in Three Castles Welsh Trials in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and Competed in The Scottish Malts Historic Trial 2016 in which another class win was achieved.
The car has 4 large files documenting its 66 years of history, 7 owners from new.
The 4th owner kept the car stored and unused from 1966 to 1985.
The 5th owner then undertook a mammoth 11 year restoration with works completed in 1996.
The 7th owner purchased the car from Byron International in 2012 and he commissioned marque experts to hugely improve and enhance the mechanical elements of the car specifically for road rallies and trials, he then campaigned this well know car on the various events.
This is a fabulous rare, early DB2 two- seat Vantage car, until recently has been professionally prepared and ready for immediate use as a road car as well as for road based Historic events.
Well known by the marque experts, investment aside, this important piece of British Historic motoring history is now available for sale and would make a very worthwhile addition to any collection.
Its new owner would also have the pleasure of being able to drive such a beautiful wonderful car.