British luxury auto manufacturer Aston Martin started up in 1913. Today, the small-volume automaker is best known for its grand touring coupes and its ties to James Bond.
The brand's first utility vehicle is still a purebred, and it's coming in December.
This is one of four Goldfinger-spec DB5s built for the movie and for promotion with working gadgets, and one of only three known to still exist.
The DB5 shooting brake started as a special request from Aston Martin company owner David Brown and expanded to 12 production versions built by Radford.
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Aston Martin claims each car requires 4,500 hours of work to complete.
More than half of the 19 slated for production are already being built.
It'll cost about $8 million to pick one up, but that price also includes a DB4 GT Zagato Continuation.