Aston Martin has a long history of building one-off shooting brakes, with the DB5 and DB6 being early examples. The Lagonda wasn't a GT in the spirit of Aston Martin's other cars when it was introduced in the mid-'70s. The four-door saloon was a British luxury car all the way, with a host of futuristic features and wedge-shaped styling by William Towns. Each Lagonda was made to order, and this one was sold in Switzerland in 1987. The car's current owner was inspired to have his own Aston Martin shooting brake, using one of the most unique Astons ever to hit the pavement. The years-long project had the goal of incorporating the shooting brake into the existing lines while preserving them as much as possible — the result was a total success.