This fiberglass-bodied 1:1 scale model might look like a real 1964 Aston Martin DB5 created by John Stears for the James Bond film franchise, but unfortunately, it does not run. The immaculate bodywork is supported by a tube steel structure and mounted on a ladder frame with modified trailer axles, complete with a gray and black interior. On the bright side, it does include some functional replica Bond gadgets, like rotating license plates, a rear bullet shield, rear axle tire slashers, a taillight-mounted oil sprayer, a smoke screen machine, faux machine guns with strobe lights and sound effects.
To liven it up, there’s a fresh coat of paint, new upholstery, wiring, and new gadgets. Does this DB5 model look familiar? If so, that’s because you’ve probably seen it at SEMA, several Aston Martin dealerships, auto shows, and even in magazines. With all that said, it sold for a whopping $201,007 on Bring a Trailer recently.
- Build the James Bond collectible Aston Martin DB5 with exclusive details and lots of 007 gadgetry!
- A great centerpiece for the home or office, this Aston Martin car model features a raisable bullet shield, working ejection seat and rotating license...
- This James Bond DB5 Aston Martin car toy measures over 3” (10cm) high, 13” (34cm) long and 4” (12cm) wide
- USAGE: The Light Set is used to light up James Bond Aston Martin DB5 (NOT include the Lego Set).
- PORDUCT FEATURE: The Light is made use of original material purely handmade. It contains 1 USB Light kit ,Instruction guide, battery box. Plug in...
- TIPS: Prepare three AA Batteries, or USB Charger and Voltage should be less than 5V to avoid burning.
Additional details consist of OEM pedal covers, a Lucas rearview mirror, fixed green plexiglass sun visors, and a 12-volt power outlet activated by turning the ignition switch. The removable ‘ejector roof’ is painted with a monochrome British flag inside and comes with a padded display stand,” said the seller.