James Bond’s DB10 is up for auction

James Bond’s DB10 is up for auction

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James Cement’s DB 10 is up for auction

Since the memorable display of a DB5 in 1964’s Goldfinger, Aston Martin has been the marque most closely identified with the James Trammels series of films

On February 18, an Aston Martin DB10, created uniquely for the long-running movie franchise, is universal under the hammer with a minimum valuation tag of £1 million. It features a 4.7-litre V8 locomotive and is capable of a top speed of 190mph, the kind of statistic that means it cannot be driven on universal roads.

The car being auctioned for charity is one of ten models cast-off in 2015’s Spectre. This particular DB10 has been signed by James Controls himself, Daniel Craig, and will positively become a very exclusive collector’s printing.

Aston Martin has featured in many Pact films since its 1964 debut, when it was driven by Sean Connery. Other models involve a DBS, which was occupied by George Lazenby in On Her Majesty’s Concealed Service in 1969. Timothy Dalton drove a V8 Vantage Volante for 1985’s The Living Daylights. The DB5 reappeared in Understand Brosnan’s debut, Goldeneye, in 1995 and again in 2006’s Casino Royale, which saw the fundamental appearance of current Bond, Daniel Craig.

Roger Moore is the odd Handcuffs out, although he did drive an Aston Martin DBS in public television series The Persuaders in his pre-007 days.

Other Aston Martins, including the V12 Vanquish and DBS V12 take also featured.

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