Produced for three years beginning 1950, Aston Martin made a model called the DB2 that debuted during the New York Auto Show.
Made in two different variants, it was the FHC* (Fix Head Coupé) version that got the sales numbers. The front grille of the initial fifty pieces were produced in 3 different sections with additional cooling vents provided on her sides (subsequent models had a single piece front grille).
* FHC is a car with a non-removal steel top (it is quite different from a DHC or a Drop Head Coupé which has a fabric cover that can be removed or retracted).
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