1961 Aston Martin DP214 Replica GT Competition Coupé Chassis no. DB4/618/R not only original Zagatos but also the sole surviving DP214. ‘3729 UM’ is based on and carries the registration of a DB4 built in May 1961 with chassis number ‘DB4/618/R’. ‘Aston Martin Zagato’ and the recently published ‘Aston Martin DB4 GT’. Stephen in turn
Photographs are taken from various DB4 GT Zagato re-creations undertaken by Aston Workshop in recent years. We can however; construct a car to order specifically for you from a donor chassis DB4, DBS etc, the price will vary depending on final specification.
db4/384/r OFFERED WITHOUT RESERVE Est. 380 bhp, 4.2 liter alloy Aston Martin six-cylinder full racing engine on triple 55 mm Weber carburetion, four-speed DB gearbox with internal modifications, independent front suspension with coil-overs and adjustable anti-sway bar, solid rear axle on four trailing arms, Watts linkage and coil-over shocks
M-132 – Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato, 1961. 0 reviews Availability: In Stock Product Description. Many thanks are due to Aston Martin Lagonda Limited and its Heritage Center for their generous advice and support while CMC was developing a high-end replica of the world-famous DB4 Zagato – the M-132 model you see here.
The competition variant of the legendary Aston Martin DB4, the DB4GT, was introduced in September 1959 at the London Motor Show. It was based on the race-winning prototype DP199/1, which won in its first outing at Silverstone in May 1959 in the hands of Stirling Moss.
The M-132 replica that CMC has developed is approved by Aston Martin. It is a powerful reminder of the DB4 Zagatos in terms of its characteristically neat styling, cutting-edge mechanics, and historic involvement in international racing (i.e. Aston Martin racing green and engine hood latches, etc.).
Aston Martin fan uses 3D printer to build DB4 replica New Zealander Ivan Sentch had long-dreamed of owning a 1961 series II Aston Martin DB4, but with the stylish motor costing at the very