Continuning BIG TICKET DAY, we have the very cool LEGO Creator James Bond Aston Martin DB5. Your best bet (and price) is to order it directly from LEGO.
Get a license to build with the awesome LEGO® Creator Expert 10262 James Bond™ Aston Martin DB5. This impressive replica model captures the elegance and timeless sophistication of Agent 007’s iconic 1964 sports car, and comes with a wealth of authentic details and functioning gadgetry.
Open the doors and you’ll discover a detailed interior with a concealable radar tracker and a door compartment containing a telephone. And when it’s time for action, activate the passenger ejector seat, turn the revolving number plates, raise the rear-window bulletproof screen, deploy the wheel-mounted tyre scythes and pull back the gearstick to reveal the front wing machine guns.
This collectible model car also features a detailed straight-6 engine, drum-lacquered silver front and rear bumpers, moulded silver-coloured wire wheel rim inserts and front and rear Aston Martin logos. The model has been designed to provide a challenging and rewarding building experience full of nostalgia—a must-have for fans of the Aston Martin DB5, James Bond movies and LEGO building sets.
Just like the Aston Martin in Goldfinger, this sporty vehicle has a few tricks up its sleeve.
Lift the bonnet to check out the straight-6 engine detailing. Pull back the rear bumper to eject unwelcome passengers. Revolve the number plates, raise the rear-window bulletproof screen and deploy the wheel-mounted tyre scythes. Pull back the gearstick to reveal the front wing machine guns.
Collectors can own this collectible replica of the Aston Martin DB5, as featured in the classic James Bond™ Goldfinger movie. And they get to build it themselves.
This set includes over 1,290 pieces and is suitable for ages 16+. The finished model is thirteen inches long, three inches tall and four inches wide, and it’s the perfect gift for the Bond fanatic on your gift list who also likes to build things. You can find it in LEGO stores, or order it from them online, where you can expect to spend a hundred and fifty bucks or so.