Originally, there were two DB5s used in the films; however, the other car was stolen in 1997. Authorities believe this other DB5 was destroyed.
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It’s no surprise that the DB5 will fetch so much at auction, but the high estimated price tag can put despair in the hearts of most regular Bond fans. After all, if you’re not a super spy, chances are good you don’t have that kind of money just lying around.
So what’s a regular guy or girl to do?
If you living in the Dallas area, you can still. It might not have a rear smoke screen and revolving license plates, but it’s sure to knock your socks off and make you feel like James Bond.
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DFW Drive Your Dream is a company that provides automotive dream tours. For under $700 per person, you can drive four amazing over a specially-chosen tour route.
Add a tuxedo and a post-tour martini lunch, and you have everything you need to feel like 007.
The sale of the Aston Martin DB5 is being handled by RM Auctions as part of their “Automobiles of London” series. RM Auctions is the largest collector car auction business in the world.
Proceeds from the auction will go to The Jerry Lee Foundation, which works to solve social problems associated with poverty. Jerry Lee has owned the car since 1969.
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