Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato fine detail slot car resin body kit

New and complete resin body kit - build your own unique slot car with this wonderful kit

Aston Martin DB4GTZ
Aston Martin DB4GTZ Slot car resin body kit
Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato Slot car resin body kit


This fantastic kit is suitable for use as the basis of a unique slot car or as a static 1/32nd scale model. The kit contains the following components:

  • Resin cast fine detail body
  • All the clear glass components
  • Interior moulding with driver head
  • Etched metal detail parts
  • Cast metal detail parts
  • Decals

This Aston Martin DB4GTZ model is available with the following decals:

  • Le Mans 1961 No.1 raced by Kurguen and Dewes
  • Le Mans 1961 No.2 raced by Fairman and Consten
  • Le Mans 1961 No.3 raced by Davison and Stilwell

These slot car body kits can be used with our range of slot car chassis kits to make a complete working slot car. This body kit is compatible with the 20mm diameter tyres, Road wheels, Minilite wheels, with and without Neodymium magnet.


No.1 - Kurguen and Dewes - £34.99

No.2 - Fairman and Consten - £34.99

No.3 - Davison and Stilwell - £34.99


The Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato was introduced in October 1960 at the London Motor Show. It was effectively a DB4 GT, lightened and improved by the Zagato factory in Italy, by Ercole Spada. Initially the factory had plans to produce 25 cars, but demand wasn't as strong as expected and production ceased at the 20th unit.

Four of the original Zagato's chassis', 0191, 0193, 0182(1 VEV) and 0183(2 VEV) were built to a lightened DP207/209 specification, especially for racing. The first competition outing of a DB4 GT Zagato was during Easter in 1961 at Goodwood. Driven by Stirling Moss the car finished 3rd, behind an Aston Martin DB4GT and the winning Ferrari 250 GT.

The most prominent DB4 GT Zagatos, affectionately known by the registration plates they share, of '1 VEV' and '2 VEV' which were both raced under the John Ogier's Essex Racing Stable with assistance from the Aston Martin factory. Both the Zagatos raced in the 1961 24 Hours of Le Mans. However a repeat of the 1959 Le Mans victory was not to be, with both cars retiring. In July 1961 at a British Grand Prix Support race the Zagato had its first victory. With '2 VEV' taking the last lap lead from a Jaguar E Type.

'2 VEV' crashed heavily at Spa in 1962 and was rebuilt to the lightweight DP209 specification. After a road accident in 1993 the car was returned to the 1962 specification.



This body kit requires advanced modeling skills and is intended for adult modellers. Some trimming and minor remedial work may be required.

View the instructions

If you are not sure how to build this kit then please contact us we can help you.

Index of parts