Released back in 1963, the luxury grand tourer Aston Martin DB5 is renowned for being the first and most recognized cinematic James Bond car, first appearing on-screen in Goldfinger, the third in the 007 movie series, and now in its sixth appearance in the
Ordered just after the Beatles' appearance on the Ed Sullivan show and the completion of filming for A Hard Day's Night, the car notably carries along a Philips Auto-Mignon record player and a sample of the original upholstery that artistically included special note-styled patterns in the leather stitching.
Further, some of the other details include a Motorola radio, sierra blue exterior paint, black leather interiors, Armstrong Selectride rear shock absorbers, and chrome wire wheels.
Also, we have seen the sale offering of Aston Martin DBS driven by Daniel Craig as James Bond in Quantum of Solace, as part of the
Also, up for sale at the auction is a 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Alloy Gullwing estimated to fetch up to $5.18 Million.
UPDATE: Paul McCartney's Aston Martin DB5 has been sold for $556,481 against an estimate of $485,000 to $615,000.