A large part of what makes a classic car valuable — or not — is the story behind it. Whether it's a racing car with an illustrious history of wins and famous drivers or a road car owned by celebrities, it's hard to underestimate the value of a good story. This 1957 Aston Martin DB2/4 Mk II doesn't have a record of notable owners or race wins, but the record of its life is just as interesting as it's well-worn exterior. The car was found in the Californian desert, it's aluminum body stripped of paint during a stalled restoration. Don Bose purchased the car and had it mechanically restored — except for the body and interior. Don raced the car in numerous vintage races over the years, and the car proudly wears every dent and imperfection acquired over its long life with pride. Incredibly unique, this DB2/4 Mk II is an eye-catcher for all the right reasons.