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Aston Martin 2-Litre Sports (DB1)(1948 to 1950)

The first car produced after David Brown's acquisition of Aston Martin, the 2-Litre Sports was introduced in 1948. Based on the Spa-winning prototype, the 2-Litre Sports was powered by a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine designed by Claude Hill, and produced 90hp. The 2-Litre Sports eventually came to be known as the DB1 after the introduction of the DB2 in 1950.

The first car produced after David Brown's acquisition of Aston Martin, the 2-Litre Sports was introduced in 1948. Based on the Spa-winning… Read more

The first car produced after David Brown's acquisition of Aston Martin, the 2-Litre Sports was introduced in 1948. Based on the Spa-winning prototype, the 2-Litre Sports was powered by a 2.0L 4-cylinder engine designed by Claude Hill, and produced 90hp. The 2-Litre Sports eventually came to be known as the DB1 after the introduction of the DB2 in 1950.

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