The Zagato pair's price is set at $7.9 million, any applicable local taxes.
Thanks to these Instagram-friendly projects, Aston Martin Works at Newport Pagnell is now the largest and best equipped Aston Martin restoration center in the world.
Aston's crew certainly isn't new to this game. Nor are their hammers.
As you can see, while the gorgeous 2019 DBS Superleggera isn't really built around a fragile tubular frame, the DB4 Zagato Continuation is. It also comes with the Tadek Marek-designed twin-spark straight-six, which sends 380 horsepower to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission and limited-slip differential.
While the team is using a digital body buck to make sure these cars are built to a higher standards than David Brown's originals, the body panels are worked from flat sheets of 1.2mm aluminum, by hand. They take hundreds of hours to create.
That's why those nineteen people will pay $7.9 million tax for Aston's buy one get one free deal.