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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1960 - 1962
Numbers built:19
Introduced at:1960 London Motor Show
Designed by:Ercole Spada for Zagato
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 23, 2015
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Chassis DB4GT/0200/R To give the authorities the impression that the homologation requirements were already met, the very first DB4 GT Zagato actually received the highest number allotted to the model; 0200/R. Fitted with unique chrome strips that curve around the vents in the front wings and ru>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0190/L Commissioned by Commander Murray, this DB4 GT Zagato boasts numerous custom touches to make it more suitable for use on the streets of Paris. Murray specified a slightly heavier gauge body to make it more durable, a one-off grille designed by Murray himself, exposed tailligh>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0187/L Built specifically for the 1961 Turin Motor Show, this DB4 GT boasts some unique features like a polished grill, chrome surrounds on the headlights, a stainless steel trim below the doors, bumpers and a scoop on the engine cover. Following its show duties, this left-hand dri>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0186/R Of the 19 DB4 GTs clothed by Zagato, this was the only one delivered new to Australia. Completed late in 1961, it was sold to Sydney-based businessman Laurie O'Neill, who was also an avid amateur racer and also fielded his cars for others. Entered for Doug Whiteford, it was >>>

Chassis DB4GT/0183/R Known affectionately as 2 VEV, this is one of a pair of DB4 GT Zagatos sold to John Ogier for the Essex Racing Stables team ahead of the 1961 season. The two cars were prepared for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Sadly both cars overheated because the cylinder heads had not been pr>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0182/R Chassis '0182/R' was one of two built for John Ogier's Essex Racing Stable to a special lightweight specification. Commonly referred to by its registration number '1VEV', it was entered at Le Mans in 1961. Sadly a head-gasket failure ended its charge early. Along with its tw>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0181/L Purchased by Dr Elio Zagato himself, this is one of seven left-hand drive DB4 GT Zagatos. Zagato specified several unique features like the air-scoop on the engine cover, tubular bumpers and Carello headlights. An accomplished racing driver, Elio Zagato fielded his DB4 GT in>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0178/L One of just eight left hand drive DB4 GT Zagatos built, chassis '178' was displayed in its distinct red colour at the 1961 Geneva Motor Show. The car's first owner, Edy Corthesy, raced it later that year in Spa Grand Prix. Amazingly, this was his first ever race. The car was>>>

Chassis DB4GT/0176/R The only DB4 GT Zagato finished in this dark red colour, known as Peony, this chassis was delivered new to Teddy Beck of Cheshire, England. He greatly appreciated the DB4 GT but only covered 15,000 miles during his nearly two decades of ownership. He eventually sold the car >>>

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