We've said it before, and we're about to say it again, the Aston Martin DB5 was a great car, but the DB4GT is certainly the greatest classic Aston. It was such a brilliant car that it attracted legendary Italian designers like moths to an elegant, high octane, purring flame. That metaphor really broke down, didn't it? While a full production run of the lovely DB4GT Zagato was made by the Aston Martin factory, Giorgetto Giugiaro, who worked for Bertone at the time, only made this one, known as the "Jet Coupe."

We're willing to bet that Ralph Lauren might be calling his accountant to see if there's a spare $5.8 million sitting at this very moment.

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