The 1968 Aston Martin DBS Vantage was James Bond’s car in 1969 spy action film “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” the sixth in 007 film series. First seen in the opening sequence in which Bond rescues his wife to be, Tracy.
The 1963 Aston Martin DB5 seen 1965 spy action film “Thunderball” is one of the greatest James Bond car of all time. This is the standard against which all spy, movie and TV cars are judged. And it was second appearance of Aston Martin DB5 in James Bond film series. The first one was in…
The 1963 Aston Martin DB5 this is the greatest James Bond car of all time. This is the standard against which all spy, movie and TV cars are judged.
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.
Aston Martin DB5 became a cult car because of James Bond Movies. This happened in 1964 when “Goldfigner” third film of James Bond movie series has been released.
The car appeared in the film for a year before the start of sales. Sometimes it happens. Especially in the case of the James Bond films. Aston Martin DBS has become one of the cars driven by 007 we see in the 2006 Casino Royale movie.
Was Aston Martin a famous brand of cars before the James Bond movie “Goldfinger”? Why? Quotes from site www.quora.com
It’s no secret that Aston Martin DB5 is often called as the most famous spy car in the movies. And this is because it appears in many James Bond movies. And it was filmed in such iconic James Bond films of sixties as “Goldfinger” and “Thunderball”, make DB5 one of the most recognizable sports cars….
Before “Goldfinger», gadgets as such is not used in cars that participated in the filming of a James Bond movies. Aston Martin DB5 from “Goldfinger» was the first car stuffed with spy gadgets in films of James Bond series. In the script the car in Goldfinger was armed only with a smoke screen, but every…
Bond, James Bond car – the first thought that comes to mind when you hear the name of that auto. And not by accident, because Aston Martin DB5 film debut was in the “Goldfinger”, the third in a row in the James Bond film, which starred Sean Connery. Later we see the car for at…