Aston Martin car modified for a James Bond movie is on sale

Are you looking for a Bond-style, rock stars or boxing champs type Aston Martins to add to your garage? Then Bonhams is the place to be. Of the 50 stunning cars on sale, three will take your breath away. These include one made to James Bond specification, which even featured skis; the second was originally Lennox Lewis,’ and the third is a rare DB4GT Zagato Sanction II Coupe owned by Tony Smith, who is a rock star Phil Collins’ manager. The 1985 V8 Vantage Saloon is a James Bond’s “Living Daylights’ 007 Replica”. This 1985 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Saloon is estimated to fetch between £90,000 ($144,000) and £120,000 ($191,000). The car features a Cumberland Grey body with leather re-Connollised interiors and matching black carpets. It comes equipped with an Alpine CD stereo system, Webasto sunroof, and the optional extra ski blades.

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Lennox Lewis car is a 1994 Aston Martin Virage Limited Edition Coupe, estimated between £15,000 ($24,000) and £20,000 ($32,000). Like the V8, the Virage Limited Edition sported a ‘wide body’ Vantage look and covered 33,000 miles. Sporting a deep Jewel Green metallic, the car comes with a ‘special’ tan hide interior. It is equipped with a satellite navigation system, custom-built stereo, and a stainless-steel exhaust, which is other noteworthy features.
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Finally there is the 1991 Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato Sanction II Coupé estimated to go between £1,200,000 (1,911,000) and £1,500,000 ($2,389,000). Owned by Tony Smith, manager of singer Phil Collins, the car reads 4,748 miles on the odometer and comes with a 4.2-liter engine. It can hit 0-60mph in 5.5 seconds and boasts a top speed of 153mph.
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