The 'James Bond 007 Goldfinger' steering wheel from the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 chassis number DP/216/1,
Lot 183
The 'James Bond 007 Goldfinger' steering wheel from the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 chassis number DP/216/1,
Sold for £5,040 (US$ 8,471) inc. premium
Lot Details
The 'James Bond 007 Goldfinger' steering wheel from the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 chassis number DP/216/1,
wood rimmed on black painted tri-spoked frame, mounted with later DB horn boss, fitted to red leather upholstered display board, mounted with period badges, 50 x 45cm, together with a signed certificate on Aston Martin Lagonda headed paper, laminated.
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Footnotes

  • According to information supplied on the certificate, this steering wheel was removed from the car by Aston Martin after the wheel had become 'damaged' during the filming. Later it was mounted at Aston Martin by Mr Clifford Petts on the trimmed panel offered here and presented as a gift in 1971 to the Chief Tester, Mr K G Rosling when he left Works Service in 1971. The certificate is signed by Mr Petts.
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  1. Toby Wilson
    Specialist - Motor Cars
    Bonhams
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    London, NW10 7QP
    United Kingdom
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