Not since the iconic DB4 GT Zagato had Aston Martin collaborated with the famous designers, and then in 1984 the pair decided to design and build another car. A year later at the 1985 Geneva Motor Show, Aston Martin announced the production of the V8 Vantage Zagato. It was decided to produce only 50 cars, all of which were reported to be sold by August 1985. In 1986 again at the Geneva Motor Show the first V8 Zagato was unveiled. This V8 Vantage Zagato is presented in silver with burgundy leather and less than 4,000 miles from new. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a rare car that does not become available very often.
Below is a selection of classic, high performance and prestige cars from our portfolio. William Loughran specialises in finding the rare and unobtainable, so if you don’t see the car you are looking for, get in touch with one of our experts and we can start tracking it down for you.