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James Bond's 1964 Aston Martin DB5

We're not sure whether we'd call it the "World's Most Famous Car" — we'd think that might go to something more universal, like the Mirthmobile — we'd still be more than happy to drive around in James Bond's 1964 Aston Martin DB5. Hitting the auction block this October at the Automobiles of London event, this classic sports car is one of only two featured on screen during Goldfinger and Thunderball, complete with Bond's machine guns, a bullet-proof shield, revolving number plates,a removable roof panel, and smoke screen, all controlled via toggles mounted in the arm rest. Chilled bottle of Dom Perignon '53 not included. [Thanks, Stephen]

  • 1967 Ferrari 330 P4

    Time to crack open the piggy bank treasure chest — yet another classic Ferrari is coming up for auction. The 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 ($TBA), which will be auctioned off at this year's Leggenda e Passione event, features a classic racing body, great paint job, and the distinction of being one of only three original factory P4's ever built. Add to that racing credentials which include a win at Monza, a third-place finish at Le Mans, and a manufacturers championship-clenching run at Brands Hatch, and you've got a true automotive gem.

  • 1957 Ferrari 250 TR

    If the words "1957 Ferrari" aren't enough to get you excited, we can't help you. The 1957 Ferrari 250 TR ($TBA) is one of only 22 of the very rare racers built, with Speed Racer-esque pontoon fenders, black paint with white numbers and a black nose, red seats with white piping, a gated shifter, and racing heritage that includes a fourth place finish in the 1000 km Buenos Aires in January 1958. It's an absolute classic.