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Rotten Through And Through Aston Martin & Nbsp; Sold For & Nbsp; 10 & Nbsp; Million Rubles

Rotten Through And Through Aston Martin & Nbsp; Sold For & Nbsp; 10 & Nbsp; Million Rubles
Rotten Through And Through Aston Martin & Nbsp; Sold For & Nbsp; 10 & Nbsp; Million Rubles

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The American website Classic Cars sold a 1952 Aston Martin DB2 Drophead Coupe convertible. There is almost no paint left on the car, it has no interior, and the thresholds are rotten through and through, but the car was still bought for 135,000 dollars (10 million rubles).

Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
Rotten through and through Aston Martin sold for 10 million rubles
  • The high cost is due to the rarity of the model: a total of 98 of these convertibles were created. Only some of them have left-hand drive, which additionally adds value to the item for sale.

  • The Aston Martin is still on the move, but a lot of parts are missing. In particular, one headlight and all four seats. The dials of the speedometer, tachometer and auxiliary indicators are best preserved.
  • From the Aston Martin factory, the DB2 Drophead Coupe was equipped with a 2.6-liter inline-six with 107 hp. and four-stage "mechanics". One of the previous owners installed a more modern engine on the car, but which one is not specified.
  • The seller assures that the convertible is a good option for restoration. For example, in 2017, an Aston Martin DB2 Drophead Coupe was sold in perfect condition at RM Sotheby’s auction for $ 346,500 (25.4 million rubles). The cost of the model is growing every year.

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