An inseparable part of James Bond is his Aston Martin. As we know, the iconic car was stolen 25 years ago. As it turns out, after a quarter of a century, he probably found himself.
James Bond’s stolen car, the Aston Martin, known from Goldfinger and Operation Lightning, was reportedly found 25 years after his disappearance. In Bond history, this car has become almost synonymous with the luxury British car.
One of the four original, gadget-filled Aston Martin’s sold at an auction in 1986 for $ 275,000. In 1997, however, the valuable prop disappeared without a trace from the hangar at Boca Raton airport.
Now, 25 years after the disappearance, The Telegraph reports that the original car has been found. The VIN of the recently spotted DB5 corresponds to the number of the stolen car. Researchers believe the iconic Aston Martin is part of a private collection somewhere in the Middle East. This rare model is reportedly worth £ 18.2 million!
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The Aston Martin DB5 is considered one of the most famous cars in the world. The last original model used in the movie was auctioned in 2010 for $ 4.6 million.
Currently, the premiere of the newest part of Agent 007’s adventures is waiting for the premiere. It is not time to die. It will premiere on October 1, 2020.
Description for No Time To Die: This time James will enjoy a quiet retirement and a wonderful life in Jamaica. However, his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns to him for help. The mission to save a kidnapped scientist turns out to be much more complex than it might seem at first glance and leads Agent 007 on the trail of a new villain with extremely dangerous and advanced technology.
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