$5.8 Million. That’s what this 1960 Aston Martin DB4GT “Jet Coupe” is valued at.
Why, you ask?
It was the last DB4GT completed, designed by Carrozzeria Bertone, lost for a while, found, and turns out to be the only one produced.
What started off in 1958 at the London Auto Show, The potential was seen in the original DB4 and adjusted as a touring car, becoming the DB4GT, maxing out at 302 hp. It wasn’t even the MVP at that show. That honor went to the Jaguar E-Type.
Spending time in Beruit before heading over to the USA, it was forgotten about until the 1980s, where it was found in bad shape, including an engine fire and a large amount of rust.
But all it takes is a lot time and a crap load of money and the car is back to a prominent, daily driving condition. But for $5.8 million, no one is driving this thing everyday.
Luckily for a select few, the Aston Martin DB4GT will be going up for auction this year. I love the shape, I know James Bond stuck to the regular DB4, but this thing would have been special.
For more, check out the Aston Martin website here.