The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato was introduced at the London Motor Show in October 1960. The basis was a DB4 GT, which was improved by the Italian coachbuilder Zagato. The designer was Ercole Spada. The intention was to build 25 cars, but due to the low demand, it remained at 19 cars. Today, these cars are highly sought after and fetch many millions at auctions.
In 1987 Aston Martin built four more new DB4 GT Zagatos (Sanction 2). These were sold for $1 million. Two more DB4 GT Zagtos were built in 2000 and 2001 (Sanction 3) and one unique DB4 GT Barchetta. These were not official Aston Martin cars.
Because the DB4 GT Zagato has become very popular due to its rarity and high value, many replicas (reconstructions) have been built. These reconstructions have many similarities but were not built by Aston Martin or Zagato.
Each reproduction is printed on FineArt Baryta, a paper with a high color depth, large color range and image sharpness. The use of barium sulphate in the premium inkjet coating provides the typical gloss that makes this paper a real eye-catcher. By using advanced printing techniques you can be sure that your reproduction will remain a beautiful work of art for many years to come.
After printing, the reproduction is glued onto a Dibond carrier. Dibond is a sheet material with a high-quality appearance that consists of two thin layers of aluminum with a synthetic layer in between. Due to the use of two layers of aluminum, the plate can never warp.
Every reproduction is supplied with a practical hanging system as standard, so that you can hang it immediately after delivery. Your reproduction will also be carefully packed to avoid unpleasant surprises upon delivery.
When ordering a reproduction you can choose from three sizes: medium (60 x 40 cm), large (75 x 50 cm) or extra large (105 x 70 cm). Different formats are available on request.
Medium € 225,00
Large € 265,00
Extra large € 375,00
Mentioned prices include VAT
Click below to order a reproduction (without watermark of course).
The ordering process consists of two steps.