James Bond fans should head to London for a one-off chance to grab a piece of the lifestyle of the super-spies.
There is a great choice, with 24 costumes, props and memorabilia items from the last James Bond movie ‘Spectre’ auctioned by Christie’s in London this week. But big ticket item is the Aston Martin DB10, that Bond tossed in Tiber River in Rome in the early ‘Spectre’, expected to sell for between £1 million ($1.5 million) and £1.5 million ( $2.2 million).
British heritage brand, Aston Martin has been Bond’s car of choice for more than 50 years and DB10 is designed exclusively for “Spectre”.
“Live auction Christie’s on Thursday will be the first time a DB10 will be sold to the public. It is one of only 10 built – especially for Bond – eight of which were used in the filming.
The car comes with a 4.7-liter V8 petrol engine and a top speed of about 190 mph. However, potential buyers are warned that it is not certified for use on any public roads and is sold only as a car collector.
Other items for sale on Thursday include Bond wore a skeleton costume in “Day of the Dead” celebrations in Mexico City at the beginning of the film. combo coat, mask, gloves, hat and cane be seen sell for between £12,000 and £18,000.