Aston Martin – the final word in automotive elegance. Hand crafted to exacting standards to evoke a sensory response in the driver, and exemplified here by the iconic 1963 DB5. Made famous by its role in the 1964 Bond film Goldfinger, the DB5 is a timeless statement of class, beauty and quality.
Not only a piece of history, but a work of art, designed by the legendary Italian coachbuilder Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera and one of 1,059 units worldwide. The winner of the Masters Class, Intermarque Concours d’Elegance, Auckland, New Zealand 2003, this DB5 is an ode to heritage and craftsmanship.
The restoration of this DB5 has been meticulously documented by Pebble Beach winning specialists, Auto Restorations, and is supplied with an extensive folio of invoices, photographs and an Aston Martin Heritage Certificate.
Beautifully finished in Silver Birch, featuring a contrasting black Webasto sunshine roof and just a single kilometre on the odometer, this is a piece of genuine automotive art.