Aston Martin
DB5 Right hand Drive
Light Blue
Year of build:
€ 825.000,-


  • Resplendent in a superb and original colour scheme of Caribbean Blue paintwork with a Dark Blue leather interior
  • The Caribbean Blue color let the car speak and make the car even more attractive then the standard Silver which is sprayed on most DB5’s
  • 899 DB5 coupes examples were built between 1963 and 1965
  • Subject to a body off restoration at Adrian Johnson in the UK to a standard without consideration to cost
  • It covered a mere 2,000 miles since completion
  • By far, the most famous of the original owners of an Aston Martin DB5 has been the world’s best-known secret agent – James Bond – who first drove the car in the 1964 movie, Goldfinger
  • One of the most iconic and coveted of all British sports cars
  • A car of unmatched power, elegance, and luxury


The Aston Martin DB5 epitomized the success of the company’s mission to produce a world-class GT sports coupe with the English gentleman in mind. 

The car was hand built and improved upon the advanced engineering that began with its groundbreaking predecessor, the DB4. 

Superior materials were used in manufacture, such as aluminum-alloy body panels mounted over a skeleton of small-diameter tubing, which was patented by Touring of Milan as Superleggera construction. 

Its race-proven engine was also made of aluminum, including both the block and its twin-cam hemispherical cylinder head. Then, of course, the interior was upholstered in the finest Connolly leather, which was complemented by deep-pile Wilton carpets. 

There was a certain innocence to product placement in the early sixties. Incorporating a brand or product into a movie probably just seemed like a good idea at the time. 

Eon Productions – having been spurned by Jaguar – turned their attentions to Aston Martin to provide the ‘daily driver’ for MI6 agent, James Bond… the rest is more than just history.

The 1964 Bond film, ‘Goldfinger’, made the DB5 one of the most famous cars of all time. Unsurprising as what man wouldn’t want to drive a beautiful car and imagine themselves as a wayward secret agent and all round ladies man. 

With the DB5 being resurrected in the latest James Bond movie ‘Skyfall’ it has further cemented the DB5’s significance in both cult history and also in motoring history.

Not since the introduction of the E-type had the industry seen the glamour for such a car by royalty, rock stars, celebrities and the like.



This beautiful restored Aston Martin DB5 is an original right hand drive example.

It was first registered on the 3rd of July 1964.

The car has always been maintained regularly and recently the DB5 was brought to Aston Martin restoration specialist Adrian Johnson.

A company in Leeds, in the United Kingdom, with a long history of restoring high value and unusual vehicles, mainly Aston Martin.

The Aston received an impressive comprehensive, fully-documented restoration. It covered a mere 2,000 miles since completion.

The quality of the project speaks for itself, with all works being completed in early 2020.



Because of the impressive restoration the appearance of the car is magnificent.

The Caribbean Blue color let the car speak and make the car even more attractive then the standard Silver which is sprayed on most DB5’s.

The paint gloss is excellent and beautifully deep like a mirror. The body details such as the door, bonnet and boot gaps are excellent.

The windows have also been replaced during the restoration resulting in beautiful glass without signs of use. 

No money has been saved during the restoration so also the rubber surroundings in the door and around the windows are all in new condition.

Headlights and lenses are also restored even as all the chrome. 



The interior has proven it wasn’t just a showcase of period luxury, it was also very stylish and timeless. 

The interior of the Aston is very attracting and in our opinion the colour suits the exterior color of the car very well. 

The interior of the Aston is like the exterior and the rest of the car extremely beautiful restored.

The seats have been wonderful re-trimmed on a period correct way. The quality of the leather as well as the color of the leather is very nice and suits extremely well the exterior color. 

The headlining is also period correct and fully restored. 

The complete dashboard has been restored including all meters and gauges which are all in perfect functioning order. 

The smell by opening the door is fabulous and typically english. A typical Connolly leather smell is reaching the nose immediately and this smell starts immediately the emotion of driving and using the DB5.



Driving an Aston Martin DB 5 is extremely special. Everybody knows the model because of James Bond and everybody seems to love the brand. 

An Aston Martin is always accepted and people enjoy seeing an Aston life on the street. 

This Aston Martin DB5 is a truly iconic British Sports car whichever you look at it and with comprehensive history file and heritage certificate to match is a very rare thing.

This specific DB5 is an absolute superb looking example but the car is also driving as one of the best examples we traded. 

The power of the engine is fabulous and the handling is superb. The car responses immediately on the steering wheel as well as on the pedals.

Gear shifting goes very smoothly and the car offers a very comfortable ride on the motorway but certainly also on small historical roads when it is possible to race a bit.

So amongst the fabulous looks of the Aston Martin DB5 it is also a superb driving example.

We personally appreciate that the car is in it’s original color scheme and that the car is in such a period correct condition.





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