Source: Classic Driver

Category: Weekend

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3 Responses to “1962 Aston Martin DB4 GT (série IV) coupé”

  1. supercorm says:

    Thats a nice one, silver would be even better … but probably one of the only time where I prefer the newer model as the DB9 Vantage is just the nuts.

    Thanks again though for the morning dreaming …

  2. Tahoe says:

    The Classic Car market continues to show strong gains ~ the Scottsdale weekend and the recent Kissimmee results support that thinking. I love these old classics and vintage cars, and the AM are some of the most beautiful and revered. A recent sale of a 1957 Ferrari in the UK netted almost $40MM ~ I remember a price bubble in the late 80′s when a 25th Anniversary Countach went for over $400k ~ regardless of the pricing fluctuations, these machines are all a very thrilling drive ~

  3. guadas says:

    a.k.a. – bumperless cou-pay. A bodyman’s dream in England back then. :) OK, queue up the Bond theme song now. You have to love the “battle” going on back then b/n the various companies to design these GT cars. Things would be very boring now if that never happened.