Gullwing Motor Cars Inc
2430 46th Street
Stunning 1958 Aston Martin DB2/4 MKIII with Matching Numbers: 1 of Just 83 DB2/4 MKIIIs Built in Left-Hand DriveOnly 83 DB2/4 MKIIIs were built in left hand drive configuration, so its not only a spectacularly beautiful car, but an exceedingly rare and collectible one as well. Green with tan leather interior and retaining its original matching numbers engine. The Aston starts right up and runs strong and smooth. It drives excellent and sounds amazing. The MKIII was the first Aston to feature the sensuously shaped grille which was used on virtually every Aston that appeared thereafter. This wonderful example was sold new in Los Angeles in January of 1959 by Hornburg on Sunset Boulevard, the Aston distributor for the west coast. There is copious documentation verifying the ownership and service history of the car, mileage is original at 88k. Previously owned by a fastidious private collector who exercised his cars regularly and serviced them to perfection, and this great Aston is no exception. The car features chrome wire wheels, a factory option, all original tools and all factory manuals. Offered with its Heritage Certificate and Build Sheet. Ready for spirited touring.Retains its original matching numbers engineOne of 83 DB2/4 MKIIIs built in Left-Hand DriveChrome wire wheels, original tools, and factory manuals Offered with Heritage Certificate and Build Sheet An extremely rare and collectible Aston MartinOut of loving and caring ownership A strong driver in beautiful condition throughout
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