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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1959 - 1963
Numbers built:74
Introduced at:1959 London Motor Show
Designed by:Touring
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:October 26, 2012
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Chassis DB4GT/0110/R This right-hand-drive DB4 GT was ordered new by an amateur British racer. He regularly campaigned the car in minor events throughout the country, including the 1966 Brighton Speed Trials. In recent years, the car has been meticulously restored and prepared for historic racin>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0122/R One of 45 RHD DB4 GTs built, this car was delivered in the summer of 1960 to its first owner, a Mr JB Swift in England. He retained the car for a few years before selling it in 1963. A year later it was acquired by RJ Duncan, who first took the car to the track. Since then i>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0144/L Completed late in 1960, this left-hand drive DB4 GT was sold new to a Swiss enthusiast through Garage Hubert Patthey of Geneva. During the late 1960s, the original owner sent the car to Carrozzeria Frua for some cosmetic and mechanical updates. The original four-speed gearbo>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0154/L Finished in 'Goodwood Green' with a red Connolly leather interior, this left-hand drive DB4 GT was finished in June of 1961. Its first owner was legendary Swiss racing car entrant Georges Filipinetti. He had also specified a 3.54:1 rear axle, Dunlop RS5 tyres and a Powr-Lok >>>

Chassis DB4GT/0161/R Finished in Dubonnet with a black leather interior, this car was the official factory demonstrator. In June of 1961, it was sold to legendary record breaker Donald Campbell, who remains the only person to hold the World Speed Record both on land and water. He only own>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0162/R One of 47 right-hand drive DB4 GTs built, this example was sold new to renowned British artist Ralph Maynard-Smith. Just three years later, the talented painter passed away at a young age and the Aston Martin was sold through its original dealer Brooklands Motors to David Ha>>>

  Article Image gallery (184) Chassis (6) Specifications