A British Icon is up for grabs: a 1959 Aston Martin DBR1/2 driven by Sir Stirling Moss himself. The real story here is the price tag, which is expected to be around $20 million dollars. There is a reason for the jaw-dropping amount…a rich history of tradition and triumph! (A bit of name-dropping never hurt a brand, either). Rent an Aston Martin from us to get a feel for this amazing and historic brand.
This nearly priceless slice of British history dominated the motorsport scene in the late 1950s. What do you think of the Stirling Moss Aston Martin?
It is the most famous car produced by Aston Martin in their 100 year history—a relic regarded by many as the finest example ever crafted by the marquee. To add to its fame, it will be the most expensive ride in British history if it meets the valuation. The aggressive countenance and unique color truly create a sensational stir!
The DBR1/2 won the 1957 Le Mans 24-hour race and was driven to victory at Goodwood by Moss
There have been design nods to Stirling Moss and, of course, namesakes created over the decades–but this is the original beast that inspired the legends and lore. To put this sale into perspective, the world record price for a Ferrari is just above this figure.
Meet the only Aston Martin to take the checkered flag at Le Mans
Check out the detail on this slice of history! The controls in the cockpit remain intact.
Imagine what it would feel like to slide into the cockpit and rev up this rare car.
This is where the horses live
Sir Stirling Moss must have thoroughly enjoyed this ride!
This 1959 Aston Martin DBR1/2 was driven by Sir Stirling Moss. This is certainly a much longer body than the short sports cars produced by the brand today! The aggressive lines give this car a very sharp curb appeal!
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