The Aston Martin DB4GT, a shortened and lightened version of the DB4, was first offered in 1959. The GT is distinguished from the DB4 by an enlarged air scoop and faired in headlights. It was one of the first cars to go from zero-to-one hundred miles per hour and to stop again in under 30 seconds, a very useful exercise around town! Owned by the same family since new, it is a standard road car and has never been restored, though it has been repainted. The engine capacity on this car has been enlarged from the standard 3.6 liters to 4.2-liters.