James Bond's DB5
In the Magazine
The interior of the model is incredibly detailed, with all the dials and controls that you would find in a real DB5. Look closely and you’ll find all of Q-Branch’s hidden extras.
The tracker screen under the heater controls, the weapons console under the armrest, the button for the ejector seat hidden in the gearstick, and a few extras that didn’t get used in the film.read more in the magazine preview
The rear and front lights on the model can be switched on – the brake
lights can be activated by pressing down on the brake pedal.
OPENING DOORS, BONNET AND BOOT
The doors, bonnet and boot can all be opened. The bonnet is even held
in place with bonnet stays so you can inspect the replica 4-litre engine.
FRONT MACHINE GUNS
On the real car a pair of machine guns are
located at the front of the car. On your model
these slide out from the indicator lights.
Press down to release the spring-loaded
bulletproof screen.This can be returned to its
starting position by pushing it back into place.
dropping light assembly
The light assemblies at the rear of the car can be
dropped. In the movie this was so they could
release tyre stingers that incapacitated a pursuer.
WORKING EJECTOR SEAT
The ejector seat is fully functioning and is activated
by pushing down on the gear stick. The roof panel
should be removed to prevent damage.
ROTATING NUMBER PLATES
The car is fitted with rotating back and front
number plates that show three different
registrations – British, French and Swiss.
FRONT AND REAR OVERRIDERS
The overriders on the front of the model can be
pulled out to become rams to shift any unwanted
objects out of the way!
In Goldfinger rear tyre scythes burst Tilly Masterson’s
Mustang wheels. On your model, the slashers can be
extended out and pushed back in.
No details have been overlooked, and even the model’s
radio aerial can be pulled out to its full height.