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Peter Sellers' 1961 Aston Martin DB4GT is going up for sale this fall

One of the finest examples of the coveted grand tourer.
1961 Aston Martin DB4GT

Once owned by famed British actor Peter Sellers, this highly coveted 1964 Aston Martin DB4GT is hitting the auction block and is just one of 75 cars built by the company. Set for Auction this Fall, the rare grand tourer was fully restored in 1999 with full body and chassis work, a full engine and gearbox rebuild, and even appeared on the big screen at on point in the 1963 comedy “The Wrong Arm of the Law." Its last owner has had the car since 2004 and as you can see, it's a museum-quality car in incredible condition. 

The car will go one sale this September in London at the Battersea Evolution sale.

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