If you require an Aston Martin DB5 for a very particular purpose—namely, outgunning a Ferrari F355 driven by a ludicrously named fictional villain on the hills above Monaco, in, um, 1995—then you’re in luck!
Because this is the actual Aston Martin DB5 driven by Pierce Brosnan’s James Bond in 1995’s rather good GoldenEye.
It’s being offered up for auction at Bonhams’ Goodwood sale (of course) and benefits from a life spent on display. It’s served time at both the National Motor Museum and the Bond in Motion exhibition.
It’s in the spec you want, naturally. Built in 1965, it gets a 4.0-liter straight-six underneath, 282hp, silver paint, and black leather. More important, the pictures above also clearly show the receptacle for holding a champagne bottle and flutes, just like in the movie. You of course, can fill it with Skittles. Or M&Ms. The choices are limitless.
Thanks to its actual Bond provenance, this DB5 is going to be a pricey buy: Bonhams reckons on between £1.2m and £1.6m (P84 million to P112 million) when it goes up for auction at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July. Which makes it tremendously expensive.
So basically, half an Aston Martin Valkyrie.
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.