Earlier in 2020, I returned to the Franschhoek Motor Museum near Cape Town, South Africa and was once again invited by Wayne Harley, the museum’s curator, to tune one of its treasured exhibits.
On this occasion, it was a 1961 Aston Martin DB4GT Superleggera, one of the most iconic and valuable British post-war sports cars. It was also the fastest road legal production car of its time. This particular example is one of only 49 RHD coupes built. Continue reading “Aston Martin DB4GT – tuning a rare and beautiful icon.”