1953 Aston Martin DB2/4 Drophead Coupe
The Aston Martin DB2/4 was first introduced by David Brown and was available for sale from 1953 through 1957. The variant Drophead Coupe was offered later in this period and only 102 were produced. It was appeared in the 1963 Alfred Hitchcock’s film The Birds.
This specific car on was built for the president of Brown & Bigelow at the time , Charles A. Ward. “This motor car especially designed and created for Charles A. Ward by S.H. Arnolt, Chicago and Carrozzeria Bertone, Torino, Italy“. The car cost 13,000 USD. Under the bonnet of the car there is a plaque having all Brown & Bigelow’s 60 sales managers.
This magnificent car has won three times the Peeble Beach award. It has an engine of almost 2.6 litres producing 125 hp. The first Saturday of this May, May the 2nd, the car is going to be auctioned at The Andrews Collection, in Fort Worth, Texas. The price of the car would be in the range of one and half million dollars. Enjoy.