James Bond's DB5
In the Magazine
The model features the special modifications that were made for Goldfinger including a working ejector seat, machine guns, overriders, tyre-slashers, bulletproof shield, tracker device and some extra features that were added to the car but never seen in the film.watch the exteriors gallery
The modelmakers took just as much care of the inside of the car as
they did over the outside and the model engine (right) has been carefully
based on the real thing (left) complete with six cylinders and
The model’s dashboard is a faithful replica
of the real thing, the steering wheel actually
turns the wheels and the entire dashboard
lights up at the press of a button. The horn
The console for the tracker device
lights up and flashes to plot the
position of Goldfinger’s car.
Flip the top of the gearstick to access
the hidden button for the working
Lift the armrest between the front
seats to reveal the controls for all the
DB5’s extra features.
You didn’t see it in Goldfinger but the
production team built a radio
telephone into the driver’s door.