Despite the fact that the car is practically buried in leaves it’s expected to be sold for over $500.000!
Aston Martin DB4 built in 1954 was the first production car in the world that was capable of doing 0-100 Mph in less than 30 seconds. The sole purpose of the DB4 was to compete against the sport cars like Ferrari and Maserati. But unfortunately this one Aston Martin DB4 in particular wasn’t moved in almost half a century! It was manufactured in 1960 and early in 1970’s it was parked at the owner’s home in Massachusetts and wasn’t moved since recently…
Many classic cars appear after years “hiding” in barns and lock-ups but it’s very rare to see car this valuable to emerge from a woodland. The car will need complete restoration and on January 18th it will be sold at Worldwide Auctioneers in Arizona. It is expected to be sold somewhat between $500.000 to $585.00 which is around 100 times more than the original price and before any work is carried out on it.
Aston Martin built around 1200 DB4s between 1958 and 1963. The DB4 was replaced by Aston Martin DB5 which is also James Bond favorite car.