Chassis Number DB5/2192/R is presented in Silver Birch with a black leather interior. This colour combination became famous and desirable when the DB5 was used in the James Bond film Goldfinger. The phenomenal demand fuelled by the James Bond Films has made Aston Martin and 007 inseparable. This car has had a complete nut and bolt restoration which included a full body-off and an engine conversion by Aston Workshop to take the car from 3.8 to a 4.2 specification. Since restoration the car has done 1,783 Miles. This is truly a wonderful example that benefits from power steering, battery conditioner plug and lambs wool over rugs. The cars most recent service was in September 2011 carried out by Aston Martin Works Services at 1,537 Miles. We hold an extensive History File that includes Bills, Photographs and Records to highlight the painstaking work carried out at the restoration. The number plate 60ND highlights the worldwide following the DB5 has as the greatest 'Bond' car.