Aston Martin DBZ Centenary Collection

Stunning Aston Martin DBZ Collection up for sale at incredible price

Stunning Aston Martin DBZ Collection up for sale at incredible price

For £6.1million, the DBZ Centenary celebrated Zagato’s 100th birthday with the Superleggera-based DBS GT Zagato and a classic DB4 GT Zagato continuation. Just 19 pairs were made and for the first time since, a matching pair has come up for sale.

Available with Nicholas Lee & Co, this pair comes finished in Caribbean Pearl over dark blue, with both cars in brand new condition.

Aston Martin’s long-standing relationship with Zagato has been particularly fruitful over the past 20 years or so, with absolute stunners such as the DB7 GT Zagato, V12 Vantage Zagatos and the Vanquish Zagato family. The most recent in the DBZ Centenary Collection however, came, in an unprecedented move, as a pair of cars rather than just the one.

The DBS GT Zagato is the only of the two cars to be road legal. The DB4 is technically a brand new car, so given it was built as an identical replica of a car first built in the ‘60s, it’s not compliant with various safety and emissions regulations that govern modern road cars.

The DBS, though, is the ultimate continent crosser, with an incredible motorised grille opening and closing in accordance with the cooling and feeding needs of its voluminous 5.2-litre 770PS (566kW) twin-turbo V12 engine. It’s actually identical to the V12 later used in the run-out DBS 770 Ultimate. Obviously the rest of the bodywork is entirely bespoke too and made out of carbon-fibre. Even the headlights are bespoke, which is a first for a 21st-century Zagato Aston.

We understand that every vehicle is unique, which is why our Agreed Valuation policies take the true value of your classic car into account.

“In the 40 or more years I have been dealing in Aston Martin cars, I have never seen demand for the Zagato variants dwindle,” said Nicholas Mee.

“They remain irresistible; beautifully crafted, timeless in design and incredibly rare, they’re always near the top of a collector’s wish list. With the DBZ Centenary Collection we have a pair of cars that’s likely to never be repeated by Aston Martin, as it moves away from Continuation models. This is a chance to acquire both an icon and a future icon of one of the automotive industry’s most enduring and effective unions.”

So, what about the thorny issue of price? Being so rare, surely values have shot to the moon from that £6.1million original asking price? Actually… no. Quite the opposite in fact. Grab a bargain, with this princely pair being available for ‘just’ £3.75million.

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