You’ll be hard-pressed to find a car rarer than this 1989 Aston Martin V8 Zagato convertible — only 37 were made alongside 52 coupes from 1986 to 1990. Every car was assembled by hand, from the chassis and body panels to the hand-stitched leather interior. The car pictured isn’t completely original, though it has clocked just 341 miles and spent most of its life on display. The car was brought to Aston Martin Works for a complete makeover, replacing nearly every item that had degraded due to time, along with a comprehensive package of bespoke extras. The V8 motor has been massaged to produce 315 horsepower, and new brakes and suspension pieces were added to improve ride and handling, along with being converted to a left-hand-drive. One of the last great hand-built Astons, this car is ready to drive or preserve.