When tractor builder David Brown took over Aston Martin after World War II, he focused on building four cars — dubbed DB2 prototypes — that could immediately take on racing at Le Mans. This one, the fourth built, was Brown's personal ride, and later raced around Europe on its massive for the period 18-inch tires. Caught by Ian Leech at Kensington Palace this summer, the DB2 has a stance that no other Aston can match. Post your photos to the Motoramic group on Flickr, or send us a message via Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or Tumblr.
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