James Bond's Aston Martin From Spectre Can Now Be Yours

Andrew LaSane

You can change the way you dress and travel in order to live like 007, but if you really want the Bond lifestyle, you'll need the perfect ride. In Spectre (2015), Bond got a new toy to play with—the Aston Martin DB10—and now one lucky (and rich) fan can drive that very car home.

Christie's recently announced charity auctions (both online and in London) to coincide with the film's DVD and Blu-ray release. The auctions will include memorabilia and props, as well as pieces donated by Bond himself (Daniel Craig), director Sam Mendes, and other actors and producers who worked on the franchise's 24th installment. The Aston Martin DB10 is the showstopper of the auction, and Christie's estimates that it will sell in the ballpark of £1,000,000 to £1,500,000 (roughly $1,430,000 to $2,145,000). The car up for auction is one of two that were left in perfect show car condition (others were modified for on-screen use).

The auction kicks off on February 18. To register, even if you're just looking to ogle, head to the Christie's website.

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