The Aston Martin DB4GT was one of the company's most successful racers and would set the bar for decades of grand touring cars that came from the factory up until the present day. This 1960 DB4GT has all the racing pedigree you could ask for, being originally sold to racing photographer Guy Griffiths in Deep Carriage Green with Beige interior. Three years later, Mike Knights took ownership and the DB4GT's racing career began in earnest, participating in a plethora of events and taking damage several times, each incident being repaired by the factory. Fast forward to 2004, when then-current owner Peter Thorton contracted Aston Engineering Ltd to build a 370 horsepower, twin-plug 4.2-liter racing engine. The car was run in many vintage racing events and received a standing invitation to the Goodwood Festival of Speed. As one of the most identifiable and competitive DB4GTs in the world, this is one classic that needs to be anywhere but parked in a collection.