In 1960 Aston Martin sent the very last DB4 GT chassis, number 020IL, to Italy to be bodied by Bertone's Giorgetto Giugiaro. The finished car was soon unveiled at the Geneva Auto Salon in 1961. Built of steel, making it 200 lbs heavier than the standard aluminum DB4, the design echoes Bertone-bodied Ferraris of the period. The car went into private ownership for several years, then was returned to Aston Martin to be fully rebuilt in 1986. Finished in its original color scheme, it remains one of the most unusual Aston Martins.