Paris, 1958. On the eve of the 1958 Paris Auto Show, Marcel Blondeau is having a party for clients of the Garage Mirabeau and has scheduled a guest that will outshine them all — the all-new Aston Martin DB4. A few days later the same white DB4 would make its first public appearance at the Paris Auto Show and immediately become one of the most iconic cars in history. After leaving Paris, chassis number 102/L went back to the factory for pre-delivery maintenance before going back across the Channel to France. Over the years it wore a deep burgundy before being repainted its original Desert White. The second DB4 made and fully documented, this is one of the most important cars in Aston Martin's history.