Aston Martin with James Bond Retractable Guns Sold 6.39mill USD

An Aston Martin with tyre slashers, revolving licence plate, and smoke screen dispenser has sold for £5.26 million. It is the most expensive James Bond car ever sold at auction.

The Snow Shadow Gray-painted DB5 was equipped with a Browning .30 calibre machine gun in each fender. Lets face it who wouldn’t want a daily drive with retractable machine guns!

Additional features include, wheel-hub mounted tire-slashers, perfect for when you find out your partner cheated. If you happen to be in America, where everyone has a gun, you will be perfectly safe from gun slingers in your local gay club as the vehicle is also a fitted with a raising rear bullet-proof screen. Oh and just for good measure if you want to get rid of that annoying queen you picked up at the club just push the auto seat eject button. This is possibly the perfect gay car.

The DB5, is based on the car in Goldfinger, and all thirteen of the John Stears-designed Bond modifications were properly refurbished to function as originally built. Although the car was built as a promotional car it was never used in the 1964 blockbuster.

The sexy Aston Martin DB5 sold in under four min at action to an unnamed buyer.  The vehicle was described by RM Sotheby’s, as “world’s most famous car” and the Bond vehicle with the most gadgets.

The James Bond promotional car had been on display in Smokey Mountain Car Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee for the last 35 years. The car actually used in the film, set the last sale record at a whopping £2.9 million.