(1955 - 1957)
With the introduction of the Mark II version of the DB2/4, Aston Martin offered the car with a third body style, the fixedhead coupe also known in some circles as a notchback. This attractive two seater car had very similar accommodation to the drophead but was priced the same as the more versatile three door saloon. As with the other Mark II's, the bodies were made at the famous Tickford coachbuilding works in Newport Pagnell. Although it doesn't appear so, the occasional rear seats is a little more spacious due to a higher roof line During just two years of production only 34 examples were made making them one of the most desirable of all the Astons of the 1950's.