Aston Martin DB7 as Retro Model of DB4 GT Zagato

June 14, 2012 at 09:07

The first collaborations between the Aston Martin manufacturer and Zagato are one of the most beautiful and stunning automobiles that has ever been made. But getting one of these great beauties would not be cheap proposition at all. But at least in some releases we can treat your soul and rush for Aston Martin.

Aston Martin DB7 Conversion Photo

Aston Martin DB7 Conversion Photo

After unveiling the legendary DB4 GT in 1960 at the London Motor Show, the Aston Martin has built 19 examples through the 1963. In year 1991 an additional four examples were produced, followed by another pair in the late 2000. British coachbuilder, the Evanta Motor Company, now claims to have the solution to the expensive model of Aston Martin. The solution would be the conversion. In particular the company had a conversion based on the Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage model, with the earlier version of 6.0-liter V12 that is still employed in the latest Aston Martins producing 420 of horsepower. That’s far more than the 314 of ponies offered by the 3.7-liter V-6 in the original DB4 GT vehicle. The blueish-silver colored bodywork hides a new red leather interior that was complete with full roll-cage and also retrofitted the dashboard and seats. While all these details surely are not cheap, you can bet that it will cost less for Evanta to create an original DB4 GT.

Aston Martin DB7 Conversion Interior Photo

Aston Martin DB7 Conversion Interior Photo

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