Aston Martin DB10 Made for James Bond Film Sells for $3.5M

Aston Martin DB10 Made for James Bond Film Sells for $3.5M

One of the custom-built Aston Martin DB10s built for the James Bond film Spectre just sold at auction for $3.5 million. 

Just 10 Aston Martin DB10s were built in total for the movie, with eight of them undergoing modifications for filming. Two of them were kept as show cars including the one sold.

The car was listed with a reserve of 1 million pounds and ended up selling in under five minutes for 2,434,500 pounds ($3.48 million).

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The car was part of an auction dedicated to memorabilia from Spectre, including a day of the dead costume that sold for 98,500 pounds and a signed copy of the music sheet and vinyl single of the movie’s theme song, “Writing’s On the Wall,” by Sam Smith.

The DB10 offered inspiration for the upcoming DB11 which is going to be released at the upcoming 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

[Source: Automotive News]

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