THE WASHBOARD REGISTER
ASTON MARTIN DB2
PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE
Engine number: LB6B/50/299 (1959),
VB6J (1971), VB6J/50/299 (1996)
Registrated WHX 85.
1958: Loveridge Salver, Englefield Green Concours
1967: Fort Belvedere Concours, 3rd in class
1968: AMOC Wiscombe, 2nd in class
I previously put the following photo in the "unidentified washboards" page and thought
it looked "weird" ...
This photo come from the AMOC website
and was taken at Curbrough in
My comment was:
You can clearly see the three pieces
grilles BUT no washboard and DB2/4
MkII side spears...
look more closely and you
can see a DB2/4 windscreen and peering through the cabin a wide rear
window à la DB2/4 !
so a DB2/4 with a DB2 front ???
More puzzling ? The registration is given as the one for LML/50/39 !!!
In fact, this is really LML/50/39 and it's no DB2/4 but a modified
DB2. Here are four other photos of the car. (Found here
by fellow Alex)
One more spotted by Astonhill
Car is owned by the AMOC technical expert on Feltham cars who also owns
LML/50/55 (a.k.a. XMC 77).
So to be noticed is a DB2/4 windscreen and the large rear window, which
made me think it was a DB2/4...
Aston Martin Scrapbook