Before the DB5 graced the silver screen as James Bond’s unforgettable ride of choice, the DB4 Grand Touring was the ultra aggressive trim transformation which filled the gap between the original DB4 and its eventual successor. The stock seats were removed for the GT version and the shell was replaced with an all aluminum casing. In total, only 79 of the GT DB4s were ever produced. The one Petrolicious kindly danced out for their video on the car was specifically designed for British aviation designer Thomas Sopwith who was responsible for the workhorse of the British Army’s WWI air calvary, the Sopwith Camel.
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