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This James Bond Aston Martin was just auctioned for $6.4 million.

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One winning bidder is now legally able to drive in an actual James Bond Aston Martin, with working nail spreaders, tire slashers, smoke screen and rotating license plates.

That person just got the keys for the 1965 Aston Martin DB5 for $6.4 million at a classic car auction in Monterey, California. The price includes a buyer's fee payed to the auction house, RM Auctions. The identity of the buyer was not revealed.

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