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Playmobil to launch James Bond Aston Martin DB5 toy

By: FSWL team
Published:
2021-08-01
Playmobil James Bond Aston Martin DB5
Playmobil has presented an James Bond Aston Martin DB5 toy. The set features 007's iconic modified DB5 from 1964's Goldfinger alongside characters and accessories from the film.

Designed for all ages to enjoy - from 5-99 years - the set lets you eject figures through the sunroof and defend yourself with a range of film-matched toy weapons.

The set contains four individual figures: James Bond, Auric Goldfinger, Oddjob and a Goldfinger henchman.


The car features a removable roof, ejectable left passenger seat, swivelling number plates and hidden (non-working) machine guns behind headlights. All tyres are equipped with retractable tyre blocks. The front and rear bumpers are extendable and a bulletproof shield at the rear of the vehicle offers protection.

RRP: 69.95 GBP

Playmobil's James Bond Aston Martin DB5 is now available to pre-order from the official 007 Store for shipping in October 2021.

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