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The main thread of the book is to show dates after dates, years after years, the evolution and the comparisons between the various models.
We can describe David Brown Era in two decades, the 50's and the 60's.
The fisrt decade was about the DB2 up to the MKIII, which was the last evolution of the DB2
The second decade started with the DB4 (a complete new car, new concept, new generation), and ended with the DB6 MKII, which was as well the last evolution.
The beginning of the seventies shows the end of the 6 cylinders, the beginning of the 8 cylinders era, a major change in shareholders. But this is another story.
below an extract of the table of content
|DB 2||2 Seater coupe||Mi50-A53||304||LMA 49/1||LB6B / 2580 cc / 105 bhp|
|DB 2||Drophead coupe||Mi50-A53||102||à LML 49/3||J51 LB6V - Vantage 125bhp|
|DB 2||Graber drophead||Mi50-A53||3||LML 50/5|
|DB 2||Graber drophead||Mi50-A53||2||à LML 50/406||VB6B - Later Vantage 125bhp|
|DB 2/4 Mk I||4 Seater saloon||O53-Sp55||454||LML501 - 1065||VB6 E 2580 cc / 140 bhp|
|DB 2/4 Mk I||Fixed Head coupe||1||3008/|
|DB 2/4 Mk I||Drophead coupe||O53-Sp55||102||Light Camshaft Large Valve|
|DB 2/4 Mk I||Special||O53-Sp55||8||later VB6 J|