- One of eight Aston Martin DB5 stunt cars built for the 2021 James Bond movie. no time to die Sold on September 28 for over $3 million.
- The sale headlined Christie’s charity auction to honor 60 years of the James Bond film.
- Proceeds from the sale of DB5 will go to the Prince’s Trust and the Prince of Wales Charitable Fund in the UK.
It might get into the Bond villain’s bank account. But every penny of the $3,209,773.17 spent on this Aston Martin DB5 build will be donated to charity. Aston Martin has created eight prop versions of the DB5 for the 2021 Bond movie. no time to dieEach section has a specific purpose in bringing the movie to life. Each prop car is uniquely modified. This car has a rotating license plate. retractable headlight open machine gun and bombs firing poles
We have had the opportunity to drive some. no time to die Car stunts around Britain’s famous Silverstone Circuit before the movie’s release. Conclusion? Like most illegal things Unmanaged movie props are great fun and drive. Even if it’s not legal on the streets. All proceeds from the sale of DB5 are donated to the Prince’s Trust charity, which helps young people in the UK between the ages of 11 and 30, and the Prince of Wales Charity Fund to support former employees of British Intelligence Agencies and Special Forces.
The DB5 may get the highest bid of the evening. But it’s not the only Bond that sells. All three Aston cars were sold at auction. They’re all used in No Time to Die. There’s also a selection of Timothy Dalton’s 007 cars: the 1981 Aston Martin V8 Vantage, just like the cars used in the 1987 Bond movie. The Living Daylights It was brought back as Vantage in the newest film and brought to auction $692,046. The proceeds from the V8 auction were donated to the UNHCR (UN High Commissioner for Refugees).
The third sold version of Aston is one of 25 DBS Superleggera 007 Editions created by Aston to celebrate Superleggera’s inclusion in the iconic franchise. DBS features a plaque with a signature engraved from actress Lashana Lynch. driving in the movie As well as from producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, the DBS Superleggera 007 sold for $442,909, with all proceeds going to the Royal Foundation of the Prince and Princess of Wales.
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