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James Bond's ‘GoldenEye’ Aston Martin DB5 sells for $2.6 million

Final price was almost $500k more than the estimate

The cinematic Aston's buyer turned out to be NYC spy museum Spyscape.

Aston Martin DB5 from ‘GoldenEye’ will be auctioned

The famous DB5 will go under the hammer a month from now

Remember the famous car chase from 1995's "GoldenEye?" The Aston Martin used in the chase will be auctioned next month.

Aston Martin DB5 stunt doubles in Skyfall created by 3D printers

This is a spoiler alert: stop reading now if you haven't seen Skyfall and don't want to know anything about it.

Infographic: Which James Bond vehicles contributed most to box office bottom lines?

Skyfall, the latest in the Bond franchise, killed it at the US box office on opening weekend, it's $88.4-million haul more than doubling the second-highest-grossing film. Mostly sticking to the best of British, the film's protagonists spend a lot of time with a Jaguar XJ, a Range Rover Sport (with a lot of Evoques in the background) and a Jonathon Ramsey

Bond film director talks about return of Aston Martin DB5

The coming Bond film Skyfall has gathered a monumental cast behind the camera, with American Beauty and Road to Peridition director Sam Mendes at the helm and Jarhead and No Country for Old Men cinematographer Roger Deakins at the cameras. In the latest videoblog for the production, Medes and producer Michael Wilson discuss the reappearance of legendary

George Harrison's Aston Martin DB5 sells for over half a million

Spell it with two Es and the name Beetle is intrinsically linked to Volkswagen. Drop that second E for an A, though, and you're looking at another 60s icon altogether. While the VW might not hold much sway for music buffs, the Beatles and its individual members hold plenty of interest for car fans.

Rare Aston Martin DB5 convertible drives $5.6 Million in sales at Goodwood

1965 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage Convertible – Click above for high-res image gallery

Our kind of recycling: Full-size cardboard Aston Martin DB5

Even "normal" Aston Martin DB5's are priced in the stratosphere, but Mr. Bond's up-armored version would likely command a premium, were the provenance verifiable. Just like foam, clay, and dynoc make very convincing styling bucks for automakers, cardboard in the right hands can take a pile of Two Buck Chuck shipping vessels and create '60s Aston gold. Creating rather than destroying, perhaps someone should tip off the dude who's Dan Roth