15 January 2013 00:00 | By Richard Aucock
Aston Martin: 100 years of a motoring legend

1950: Aston Martin DB2



1950: Aston Martin DB2 (© Aston Martin)
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1950: Aston Martin DB2

The first of the famous "€˜DB" models, where DB stood for David Brown. It was based on the 2-Litre Sports chassis but had a 2.6-litre six-cylinder engine instead of a four-cylinder: Brown bought the Lagonda company to secure this engine.

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