A recent London car auction had an incredible lot up for bidding. It was a vintage Aston Martin DB5, driven by none other than Bond. Yes, that’s James Bond. The car was used as a prop car in the films; it’s not a tribute. This car is a bigger celebrity than Kathy Griffin. In “Goldfinger,” Read on! →

Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond novels, sat the suave spy behind the wheel of an Aston Martin DB Mark III in his book “Goldfinger.” However, when it came time to turn the book into a movie, the filmmakers opted instead for the then-current Aston Martin DB5. The rest is cinematic and automotive history. Read on! →

It was recently announced that the original Aston Martin DB5 from “Goldfinger,” a James Bond film, was going to be auctioned. It is the only surviving prop car from the film left intact. The car is expected to sell for at least $5 million. That makes it easily one of the most expensive cars in Read on! →

Sometimes, a vehicle featured in a major motion picture or iconic television series becomes almost as famous as the star of the film or TV series itself. Cars can hold value for decades if the vehicle becomes famous that way. Granted, sometimes it can be due to “product placement,” when a film company deliberately puts Read on! →