Sean Connery’s Aston Martin for sale — ejection seat not included | News

When James Bond pressed the eject button on his gear lever in the 1964 film to launch a would-be assassin into the air goldfingerMany fans dreamed of owning a car equipped with such devices, but not the protagonist in the film.

The Aston Martin DB5 that Sir Sean Connery bought so he could drive one “that wasn’t burdened by gadgets” will sell for more than £1.5 million.

The late actor’s family, who died in 2020 at age 90, is selling the 1964 vehicle from his personal collection to raise money for the philanthropic fund set up in his name and going to charities in Scotland and the United States. Bahamas goes.

In Gold Finger (1964)

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The Edinburgh-born actor bought the five-speed car because

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