At the London Motor Show in October 1960, Aston Martin enthusiasts would get another reason to sing the praises of the renowned automaker. At the show, the Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato would be introduced. In essence it was an Aston Martin DB4 GT that was lightened and offered improved aesthetics with body design by Zagato in Italy. Zagato created a very light fastback coupe body that was quite unmistakable, with an interesting combination of curves and angles. The 1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato was completely different from the DB4 GT models in both style and construction. Typically, the car was supplied without bumpers, although some buyers requested them. Rolling chassis were sent to Italy for body installation, while painting and final assembly was performed at Newport Pagnell. The engine in the DB4 GT Zagato was given a new cylinder head with twin spark plugs for each cylinder and even higher compression. These changes pushed output to 314hp at 6000rpm. The body also weighed about 100 pounds less than the standard DB4 GT, which made it much more competitive on the track as well.
Whether you’ve been thinking about buying a 1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT for decades or have recently learned of these unique and exclusive classics, The Beverly Hills Car Club would be delighted to assist you in your search for the perfect classic Aston Martin for your collection. From DB4 GT models in need of top-to-bottom restoration to award-winning original examples, their team of classic car professionals has the industry connections and resources needed to ensure you find the classic you’ve been dreaming of. With very few DB4 GT Zagato examples ever built, it is imperative to partner with a team like The Beverly Hills Car Club to ensure you’re alerted to new offerings on the classic car market. Likewise, their team can assist you in one of the most important parts of purchasing a classic Aston Martin from this era authentication. Because of their rarity and exclusivity, many DB4 GT examples have been updated over the years to look like DB4 GT Zagato models. While these are still desirable to many collectors, changes like these can affect the overall value of the classic. Always know what you’re purchasing. This is one of The Beverly Hills Car Club’s most important Buyer’s Tips for the 1960 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato.
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