This heap is a diamond in the rust.
The Aston Martin DB4, which was left in the woods in Massachusetts for more than 40 years, could sell for nearly half a million dollars at auction on Jan. 18.
Rolled out in 1958, and a favorite of Agent 007, the DB4 was one of the first cars that could go from zero to 100 mph in less than 30 seconds.
Aston Martin manufactured only about 1,200 of the model, which is why this beater is still worth so much.
What’s the rust bucket look like?
$500,000 rust bucket, indeed.