JAMES Bond’s iconic motor is coming to a Glasgow shopping centre soon as the new 007 movie comes out.
The spy’s plush 1964 Aston Martin DB5 car will be on show for shoppers at Silverburn at the start of next month.
Bond fans will be able to see the classic vehicle up close on October 1 and 2.
The Aston Martin motor has become a staple of the beloved franchise since it first appeared in Sean Connery’s Goldfinger – and it’s set to feature in No Time To Die.
The vintage vehicles are typically worth around £700,000 each for anyone wanting to get their hands on one.
Movie lovers are getting ready to flock to cinemas to see the new film this week – which is the 25th instalment in the 007 series.
The action flick was originally supposed to be released last year, but was hit by delays due to the Covid pandemic.
Local Bond fans who visit Silverburn will be able to strike a pose and get a pic next to his Aston Martin.
The Scottish String Quartet will also be playing classic themes from the first 24 Bond films – giving diehards an authentic experience.
Spy film fans will also be able to see No Time To Die at the southside mall’s Cineworld from this Thursday.
The new 007 flick will be Daniel Craig’s last outing as the legendary Ian Fleming character, 15 years after he first took on the role.
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We told how the action hero actor poked fun at the film’s delayed release in a cheeky ad for Heineken.
A Bond special effects guru also revealed secrets behind some major movie stunts – including how to trash an Aston Martin.
And Craig told how it took him a year to get into shape for his last outing as 007 – four times longer than normal.
The spy star said age took its toll as he prepared to star in the film.
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