David Brown’s Aston Martin DB4 Is One Rare Barn Find

The vehicle was briefly owned by Brown before being sold and shipped to Australia in 1962. The car was purchased by Octane back in 1979 with only two previous owners and has barely been driven since. Due to it being Mr. Brown’s personal car, it features a few notable extras such as a rear window demister, electric windows, a Motorolla stereo system, and a power lock rear axle. Octane also has the original workshop manual. The car isn’t in great condition and has done 90,000 miles, but at least it is in one piece, making it a pretty good barn find that should be a relatively easy restoration project.
Source: carbuzz.com