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Following the news that Aston Martin is to recreate James Bond’s iconic DB5 car, made famous in Goldfinger, automotive data experts HPI have compiled a list of how much some of 007’s classic cars would cost.
Aston Martin has revealed it will produce 25 DB5 cars complete with revolving number plates, which will be built in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire.
Motoring expert Clive Wilson of HPI has crunched the numbers to put a price tag on some of Bond’s most memorable motors from 25 movies over a lifespan of more than 55 years.
Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me. Clive says: “£75-100k but considerably more if you want one of the six originals made for the film then you could be talking seven figures in today’s money! One of the original submarine Lotus Esprit’s actually used in the film was restored and put on sale for $1million dollars.”
Aston Martin V8 Vantage from The Living Daylights. Clive says: “Expect to pay anywhere between £150-£800k depending on condition.”
BMW Z8 from The World Is Not Enough: Clive says: “LHD only is likely to set you back somewhere between £180-£350k.”
Ford Mustang Mach 1 as seen in Diamonds Are Forever. Clive says: “Prepare to part with £50k+ if it’s a Mustang you’re after.”
BMW 750iL as seen in Tomorrow Never Dies. Clive says: “Undoubtedly the bargain buy in this group. You can be 007 for between £6- £12k.”
Chevrolet Impala Convertible from Live and Let Die. Clive says: “Very hard to get hold of and not one single model for sale in the UK currently.”