This is one of the Aston Martin's I absolutely liked to buy approx. 5-6 years ago. It is not a coincidence that this beauty has belonged to the big-boss of Classic Car magazine, knowing her story and seeing her very attractive condition. Chassis LML727 was initially sold to Jules Stein from Beverley Hills California, proprietor of Universal Studios at the time when Alfred Hitchcock's famous film 'The Birds' was made in which actress Tippi Hedren tried to escape from the birds in a LHD Aston Martin DB 2/4 Convertible. This charming history is indeed adding to the attraction of this Aston Martin, but evenso attractive was the fact that this DB2/4 is an original LHD Convertible and in excellent condition. I could place this beauty almost immediately into the collection of one of my long time Flemish customers and we were pleased to be able to follow-up his DB2/4 in our classic car workshop during all this time. In super condition from the beginning, it was easy to maintain this Aston Martin as such and register this exclusive sportscar in Belgium as a normal car instead of an oldtimer. This means the vehicle has to pass every year, just as a modern car, the rather severe Contra´le Technique. But it never was a problem for this Aston Martin. Beautifully presented in dark British Racing Green, with black leather upholstery, showing just a tiny bit of attractive patina and excellent dark green mohair hood and tonneau cover, this DB 2/4 Convertible is a real headturner. Also her road-manners can only be described as enchanting, underlined by the glorious exhaust sound of the stainless steel sports exhaust. Well, by now I think it is obvious and you understood that I personnally like this Aston Martin very much, believe me, she truly is an astonishing beauty!
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