Aston Martin recently revealed that it will be creating a continuation of the famous DB5 that first appeared in the James Bond film Goldfinger. This is not a continuation — this is the real deal, one of four 1965 DB5s modified by special effects pioneer John Stears for the film. A movie star in its own right, this DB5 has passed through only three owners in its time since starring in Goldfinger and Thunderball and had a full restoration, including all 13 gadgets, in 2012. In addition to being in top-notch mechanical condition, each gadget is in fully working condition, minus the ejection seat — although there is a button for it. More than just a car, this film icon will go to a new, very lucky owner when it crosses the auction block this August in Monterey.