Where are all the black leg racing classics today? In most cases, tucked away in your garage. They are worth too much money to take for walks, and their owners often have replicas that are accepted as originals in competitions.
Before an Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato -one of the great rivals of the Ferrari 250 GTO- cost more than ten million euros, the car could be used as you see in the video below. Above all, if it was the latest lightened evolution -even more so- of the model, prototype of the subsequent DP214. Three copies of this unicorn were made.
The Aston-Martin DB4GT Zagato license plate 2 VEV it is possibly the best known of these, having been driven by Jim Clark at Goodwood and Montlhery. 3,7 liters, 320 hp, 1.250 kg; Zagato bodywork for one of the great berlinettas in the History of Motorsports. I hope you enjoy the video, turn up the volume
Photo by Bonhams.