James Bond’s 1965 Aston Martin DB5 complete with machine guns and revolving number plates is offered for sale for £3m
- One of four original DB5s made for 007 films Goldfinger and Thunderball
- Classic car is one of only two kitted out with Q Branch’s famous gadgets
- Has imitation machine guns, revolving number plates & bullet-proof screen
- The £3million price tag is 10 times the cost of a standard DB5
A 1965 Aston Martin DB5 built for the James Bond film franchise was today put up for sale for a staggering £3million.
The British sports car firm only made four DB5s for the 007 movies Goldfinger and Thunderball which starred Sean Connery as the super-suave spy.
And this classic model is one of only two of the four originals to be fully kitted out with all of Q Branch’s famous gadgets including imitation machine guns, revolving number plates and even the tyre-slicing device.
Aston Martin DB5 driven by James Bond from Goldfinger to Skyfall is for sale at $4.7 million
- 1964’s ‘Goldfinger’, the 3rd film in the iconic James Bond series actually saw the introduction of a new gadget-laden Bond Car, the Aston Martin DB5 that caused a tremendous amount of talk because of its timeless beauty and was dubbed as the most famous car in the world. Notably only 4 examples of this iconic Bond car was produced for the 007 films Goldfinger and Thunderball starring Sean Connery, which impressively signaled the start of British automakers relationship with iconic secret service agent which spans 11 Bond films and 50 years of cinema history. Now, one of the four original DB5s, the 1965 model which is notably one of only two which comes fully fitted out with all of Q Branch’s Bond-worthy gadgets is being offered for sale in UK for whopping $4.7 million. The car is being offered for private sale by Britain-based Aston Martin specialist RS Williams, on the occasion of British automaker’s 100th anniversary which also saw the launch of Aston Martin’s Centenary Edition Vanquish. However, the other 1964 Aston Martin DB5 driven by Sean Connery in Goldfinger and Thunderball got sold for a cool $4.1 million in London in year 2010