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James Bond’s Aston Martin From Spectre Sells for $3.5 Million

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Dave M. Benett—WireImage/Getty Images An Aston Martin DB10, designed for the 2015 James Bond film Spectre

The car was made specifically for the film

An Aston Martin sports car made for the James Bond film Spectre has sold in London for the equivalent of $3.48 million.

The Aston Martin DB10, a sleek silver vehicle made specifically for use in the 2015 Bond film, was among more than 20 items from the movie listed in a Christie’s auction intended to raise money for Doctors Without Borders, the U.N. Mine Action Service and other charities, the BBC reported.

The auction, which ends Tuesday, included the Day of the Dead costume that Daniel Craig wore in the film, which sold for the equivalent of $141,000.

Bidding for the sports car, which Craig autographed, started at $1.4 million.


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