DB2 1950 to 1953
Aston Martin DB2 1950 to 1953
Technically the first of the 'David Brown' DB cars, but badged as the second (and the DB1 wasn't called the DB1...). Anyway, none of that matters, the swoopy, long-nose styling is fabulously exotic for a British car of the period, and the Lagonda six gave performance that little on the roads could match. Aston might be part of brand culture these days, but this is the genesis of the postwar company that made the brand. The convertible Drophead is very rare.
Standard tyre fitment was a 600-16 crossply. Radial alternatives would be 600R16, or 185R16.