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Aston Martin DB5(1963 to 1965)

Perhaps one of the most well known and most loved cars ever produced, the Aston Martin DB5 arrived in 1963 as a successor to the DB4. Powered by an updated 4.0L straight six engine, the DB5 produced 282hp in standard guise, while the more potent Vantage version delivered 325hp. The DB5 not only featured performance updates, but also many interior upgrades such as standard power windows and full leather trim. Built until 1965, the DB5 was offered as a coupe or a convertible, with a small handful of examples converted to a shooting brake configuration. A fabulous car in any configuration, the DB5 was propelled to worldwide fame when used as James Bond's car in the movie 'Goldfinger,' as well as a number of subsequent James Bond films. 

Perhaps one of the most well known and most loved cars ever produced, the Aston Martin DB5 arrived in 1963 as a successor to the DB4.… Read more

Perhaps one of the most well known and most loved cars ever produced, the Aston Martin DB5 arrived in 1963 as a successor to the DB4. Powered by an updated 4.0L straight six engine, the DB5 produced 282hp in standard guise, while the more potent Vantage version delivered 325hp. The DB5 not only featured performance updates, but also many interior upgrades such as standard power windows and full leather trim. Built until 1965, the DB5 was offered as a coupe or a convertible, with a small handful of examples converted to a shooting brake configuration. A fabulous car in any configuration, the DB5 was propelled to worldwide fame when used as James Bond's car in the movie 'Goldfinger,' as well as a number of subsequent James Bond films. 

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