While two waves of "sanctioned" Zagato bodied DB4 GTs followed none hold the same mystique as the original – which first showed the world how beautiful an Aston Martin could be when handed over to Zagato back in 1960.
This particular model arrived in America in the '60s and proceeded to sit mostly in a garage for the next few decades. That is until Zagato collector David Sydorick heard about it, and spent the next two years persuading the owner that it was time to let the beautiful DB4 go.
David was kind enough to bring this grey/green Zagato to the Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard to sit alongside a collection of the finest David Brown-inspired Astons of all time on the Cartier lawn. While he was in the UK we sat down with David to ask him just what it is that makes his DB4 so special – the perfect addition to our series on Speed and Style presented by Montblanc.