This Is A Modified Aston Martin DB4

We have seen a lot of modified cars, but this 1960 DB4 is somewhat different to the rest.

On the face of it, the idea of a modified Aston Martin DB4 sounds like sacrilege of the highest order. But stick with us, as this example has been tastefully worked over, and it’s left us filled with unfeasible levels of want after watching its appearance in Matt Farah’s One Take series.

The original 3.6-litre straight-six has been bored out to 4.2 litres, and treated to bigger camshafts. The chassis has received a fettle too, via upgraded springs, anti-roll bars and bushes.

So it’s all about subtly enhancing this much-celebrated Aston, rather than doing anything drastic. And the results are stunning. We could listen to that noise all day.

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