Aston Martin DB10 Sells for $3.4 Million

The Aston Martin DB10 Sells for $3,4 Million

In London an anonymous buyer shelled out a substantial sum for a car you can't actually drive on public roads as it's not certified for public use. But it is a «Bond car» after all. reported recently on the auction featuring memorabilia from the recent James Bond movie; Spectre. It only took 4 minutes and 30 seconds for the auctioneers hammer to come down on the unique car at a staggering $3.4 million.  

The auction also offered James Bond fans and collectors the unique opportunity to acquire a piece of Spectre memorabilia direct from the archives of EON Productions, with additional donations from Bond cast members, Director Sam Mendes and Bond Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.

The sale realised a total of $3,9 million with proceeds benefiting Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), other charitable organisations and the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS). 100 percent of lots sold and the auction welcomed registered bidders from 25 countries across four continents, demonstrating the demand from James Bond fans around the world.

The online-only auction, James Bond Spectre Online, remains open for bidding until 23 February offering a further 14 lots.

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