Your James Bond Aston Martin DB5 model is constructedfrom scratch when you place your order. It will be sent toyou by courier, packaged securely in a purpose built box.
In SkyFall the Aston Martin DB5 is once again put to use when Bond drives M to Scotland in this car. It is one of the last scenes in the movie that is made so that it 'could have taken place in 1962' according to Sam Mendes in . The license plate number is BMT 216A. The car is completely destroyed by Silva at the end of the film.
Sure, an Aston Martin DB5 like the one James Bond drives in "Skyfall" will cost you an arm and a leg, but if you want to drive a car like the movie super-spy, you may not have to shell out big bucks after all.
In "Skyfall," the latest Bond film, the British super-spy goes back to the classic Aston Martin DB5, although a new Aston Martin would certainly have been faster, handled better and been less expensive to boot.