MOVIE USED CAR MAKES AUCTION MONEY

The DB5 wears its on-screen scars from a chase scene shot in Matera, Italy.
The DB5 wears its on-screen scars from a chase scene shot
in Matera, Italy.

(FOX NEWS) – Bond is coming to the rescue again. At least his
car is.
An Aston Martin DB5
used during the making of the
latest 007
installment, "No Time to Die," has been auctioned
for over $3 million to raise money for charity.

The car is a replica that was built by Aston Martin to be identical
to the iconic 1964 car that Bond first drove in "Goldfinger."

See the source image


Sean Connery first drove the Aston Martin DB5 in the film "Goldfinger."
Sean Connery first drove the Aston Martin DB5 in the film "Goldfinger."

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