An Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato powered by its original engine | Car Catcher

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Not just one of 19 examples built, and not just one of only six configured in left-hand drive, but a 1961 Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato powered by its original engine.

The DB4GT’s first owner, one Commander James Murray (believed to have been a U.S. Navy attaché), ordered the car with several unique features like glass windows, special brake covers, a custom grille of Murray’s own design, and a body constructed using thicker-than-usual aluminum.

The seller notes that an inspection of the car in 2015 revealed that there was “no evidence of any new metal in the body” aside from a small panel that covers where the cut-off switch was once located.

Find this 1961 Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato available from RM Sotheby’s through its upcoming Monterey auction.

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