Aston Martin DB5 Stunt Car Driven By James Bond In ‘No Time To Die’ Sells For $3.1 Million

 


At Christie's "Sixty Years of James Bond" charity auction, an Aston Martin DB5 stunt car piloted by Daniel Craig in his final Bond film, "No Time To Die," earned an astonishing £2.92 million (about $3.1 million). This specific Aston Martin is one of eight DB5 replicas the British luxury brand manufactured to shoot stunt scenes for the 2021 "No Time To Die" movie. It is anticipated to sell for up to £2 million. 

 


The replica, the sole DB5 stunt vehicle offered for sale by Aston Martin and EON Productions, is loaded with electronics, including a spinning license plate, headlamps that fold to show dummy machine guns, and a bomb launcher.  A astounding sum of £6.1 million was raised at the two-part charity sale staged by Christie's auction house on Wednesday.


The No Time To Die Triumph Scrambler stunt motorbike, which was anticipated to sell for up to £30,000, instead brought in an astonishing £138,600.

A Q Jet Boat featured in Piers Brosnan's 1999 James Bond blockbuster "The World Is Not Enough" garnered an incredible £126,000 for charity despite low projections of only £30,000. A wristwatch auction was also held.  The Prince's Trust, The Prince of Wales' Charitable Fund, and three organizations that serve British Special Forces veterans will also get a portion of the auction's proceeds. 

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