A stunning example of the DB5 with custom touches, RM Auctions expects the car, bearing chassis number 1653/R, to bring between £300,000-380,000 at auction, though the car is listed without reserve.
Ordered just after the Beatles' appearance on the Ed Sullivan show and the completion of filming for A Hard Day's Night, the DB5 received several music-themed touches as it left the factory, including a lether interior with musical notes styled into the stitching. The upholstery has since been replaced, but a sample of the original material comes with the car.
Some of the features optioned onto this DB5 as ordered in the summer of 1964 include Armstrong Selectaride rear shock absorbers, a Motorola radio, and a Philips Auto-Mignon record player. Painted in Sierra blue with chrome wire wheels, the car is as beautiful today as it must have been 48 years ago.
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The car will be up for auction at RM Auctions' London event, Wednesday, October 31.