This beautiful 1964 Aston Martin DB5 like the one James Bond used in Goldfinger could be yours for an estimate of £400,000 to £500,000 when it comes to auction with H&H Classics on March 16th at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford.
In single family ownership since 1985 and subject to a seven-year restoration from 1989 to 1996 this car has matching chassis and engine numbers plus a factory fitted S5/325 ZF 5-Speed manual gearbox.
It is one of a mere 898 DB5 fixed-heads ever made and within the first 200 to roll out of Newport Pagnell. Over £60,000 recently invested and ready to be enjoyed and admired.
Finished in Dubonnet Rosso complemented by its original Fawn leather interior it was originally supplied by Cyril Williams Aston Martin of Wolverhampton and registered on 5th February 1964 with its current number plate '393 EUK'.
It underwent a fresh engine overhaul to 4.2 Litre unleaded specification by well respected marque specialist and was recently fitted with a handling kit as part of the suspension and brake overhaul. It is offered with a large collection of invoices, V5c and copy of the original Green Logbook.
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