Of all the things the British have introduced to the world, the shooting brake might be tied for top honors with Shakespeare and the lightweight roadster. It's hard to get any more British than Aston Martin, and the shooting brake is synonymous with the iconic brand. Despite the close connection, Aston Martin shooting brakes have always been extremely low-volume, one-off affairs, and this Bertone Aston Martin Jet 2 exemplifies the exclusivity. Barry Weir commissioned the build in 2012 with the blessing of Aston Martin, and a new DB9 was delivered to Bertone in Italy to begin modifications. The car is flawless and the design complements the original lines perfectly. A completely redone interior and two large glass panorama roof panels along with the rear hatch make this an Aston Martin like no other. The car also comes with the original bucks and tooling, allowing the buyer to produce more Jet 2 shooting brakes if they desire.