There’s not much that we can tell you about the Aston Martin DB5 that you don’t already know. It is arguably the most iconic car, well, ever. Thanks largely to its role in the 1964 James Bond classic Goldfinger, the DB5 quickly became on of the most sought after supercars in the world.Fast forward more than half a century and the DB5 has only become more rare and desirable with clean examples such as this one fetching well into seven figures. This DB5 was first delivered to Bart & Bradbury’s in September 1965. It has since undergone a complete restoration under the watchful eye of the Aston Martin Works Heritage department commencing in 2000 and finishing up in 2005.Presented in Aston Martin Racing Green as the Queen would have wanted, this DB5 is sure to attract attention wherever it goes. Following the completion of the major restoration project in 2005, the DB5 has travelled less than 5000km.
Price $1.75M Location NSW Mileage 99,558km
|Model||Aston Martin DB5 Vantage|
|Drive||Rear Wheel Drive|