The car is a late-production Aston Martin DB24 Mark III. 13 hours agoAston Martin DB24 MKIII in Paris France Spotted on 2021-04-09 1247 by jersay69.
Detailed History Few cars are able to boast having been in single ownership for fifty-one years but this beautiful and special Aston Martin DB24 is able to do so.
Aston martin db2/4. Just 551 including dropheads were made. Initially the DB24s were first sold with the 26 litre VB6E engine in Vantage tune as first seen as an option on the DB2 which offered peak power of 125 bhp. Best in Class at the AMOC Autumn Concours in 2011.
Initially the car was used regularly prior to going into storage for the last six-or-so years. View our specials for current offers. The Aston Martin DB24 was launched at the 1953 London Motor show in 1953 following the success of the DB2 but with four seats and a larger luggage area and fold-down rear seats.
Instead of the usual coaxed and cosseted box-fresh examples its refreshing to see such a well-worn example coming up for sale. A 26L straight six for earlier models and a 30L straight six for later versions. From April 1954 until the end of DB24 production in October 1955 the 29 litre VB6J engine with 140 bhp as fitted as standard.
Zagato is the coach builder that has been allowed to most set their mark on Aston Martin with the stunning DB4 GT Zagato the superb Aston Martin V8 Vantage Zagato and. It comes in gorgeous British racing green and is equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission dual SU carburetors and with wire wheels. With an occasional detour into saloon territory Aston Martin has had a penchant for two door coupes.
Cars like this wonderfully ratty Aston Martin DB24 Mk II. Based on the DB2 the DB24 was offered with 2 engines over the course of production. DB24 saloon 1953 – 1955 Introduced to the public at the London Motor Show in 1953 the DB24 offered a true first in the motoring world – since then much imitated.
Galpin Aston Martin offers a large selection of new Aston Martin and used vehicles for sale near Los Angeles. 1957 Aston Martin DB24 MKII This legendary left-hand drive 1957 Aston Martin DB24 MKII with matching numbers and bodywork by Tickford is a rare vehicle and only 1 of 34 MKII fixed head coupes produced. The Aston Martin DB24 Was built from 1953 to 1957 this model is a 22 Hatchback with a 30l Strait 6 Engine Designed by.
1957 Aston Martin DB24 MKII This legendary left-hand drive 1957 Aston Martin DB24 MKII featured here with matching numbers is available in British Racing Green and is equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission dual SU carburetors and wire wheels. Aston Martin DB24 1953 to 1957 In 1953 Aston Martin introduced the DB24. The new car price in.
21 rows Aston Martin DB24 1953 – 1959 Aston Martin founded in 1913 by Robert Bamford and. Lets wind back the clock a little and have a squiz at what were talking about. Aston Martin Newport Beach is home to the most exclusive collection of new and pre-owned Aston Martin vehicles.
Its best known as the car written into the spy thriller Goldfinger as James Bonds preferred wheels by author Ian Fleming. Its Aston Martin that we have to thank for bringing the world the sporting hatchback although unfortunately they. One of Just Two DB24 Drophead Coupes Bodied by Bertone Displayed by Original Owner Edith Field at the 1955 Pebble Beach Concours dElegance Detailed Fascinating Provenance Includes Aston Martin Works Driver Innes Ireland Outstanding Documented Show-Quality Restoration.
Showing a believed-genuine circa 87838 miles on the clock MPHs matching-numbers enginechassis DB24 was bought by the now-deceased owner in August 1985 from Nigel Dawes. Built from October 1953 to October 1955 and 565 units built in total.