Aston Martin DB2/4
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The DB2/4 was established in 1953
comprising a smooth and contoured fastback shape that was seen as far more practical because of its rear seats and side-hinged rear hatch that stretched the length by some 9 centimetres from the DB 2
By the time the MK III was produced, the grille of the DB 2
had evolved into a somewhat broad mouth with small fins that sprouted on the rear wings that housed slim tail lights.
Its body was aluminium. Amongst its features were separate chassis and an unusual trailing-link suspension