The gadget-filled Aston Martin DB5 driven by James Bond in the film "Goldfinger" has been sold in California for 5.77m euros
The iconic Aston Martin car driven by agent 007 James Bond in the movie "Goldfinger" has been sold for 5.77 million euros (6.4 million dollars) at auction.
The classic 1965 DB5 was sold by Sotheby's in Monterey, California, for a little over the catalogue estimate.
The identity of the buyer was not made public.
The vehicle has 13 gadgets, including a nail dispenser to puncture the tyres of pursuing vehicles, retractable machine guns in the front and a switch that alternates the license plate between Switzerland, Great Britain and France.