$3.5 Million was the James Bond’s “Spectre” Aston Martin DB10 price in 2016

The stunning James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 from movie “Spectre” had just sold for £2,434,500, or $3.4 million, at a Christie’s on 18th Feb. 2016.

Following an extensive restoration by the gifted gentlemen of the MI6 Q Division after Agent 007 crashed into the Tiber River. Just kidding, 10 were made for the film. However, this example is just one of only two that remain.

While a $3 million plus price tag for a vehicle that cannot be driven sounds absurd, the proceeds of the sale will be donated to Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). The generous buyer opted to remain anonymous.

The gorgeous Aston Martin is powered by a 4.7 V8 engine capable of propeling the coupe to a top speed of 190 mph. Sadly, this movie car is not street legal, which makes all that horsepower pretty useless.

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