Happy 100th Anniversary To Aston Martin!

The most iconic Aston Martin model -- and the one most frequently seen on screen -- is the DB5, produced from 1963 to 1965. Sean Connery first revved its engine in "Goldfinger" in 1964.
The most iconic Aston Martin model — and the one most frequently seen on screen — is the DB5, produced from 1963 to 1965. Sean Connery first revved its engine in “Goldfinger” in 1964.

The company was founded a hundred years ago, on January 15, 1913 by Robert Bamford and Lionel Martin as ‘Bamford & Martin LTD’ in England.

Aston Martin has become an iconic brand most recognized as movie character James Bond’s getaway car of choice.

Here are some photos of Aston Martin throughout the years….

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James Bond’s Car Collection

James Bond 007 cars’ collection are very beautiful.

I have all of the James Bond’s cars.

There are 2 Aston Martins, 1 Lotus Esprit, 1 Sunbeam Alpine 5 and 1 BMW Z3 Roadster.

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James Bond used Aston Martin DBS in QUANTUM OF SOLACE.

James Bond used Aston Martin DB5 in GOLDFINGER.

James Bond used Lotus Esprit in THE SPY WHO LOVED ME.

James Bond used Sunbeam Alpine 5 in DR. NO.

James Bond used BMW Z3 Roadster in  GOLDENEYE.

I love to play with the James Bond’s cars.

The best is the Lotus Esprit because it can float on water.

But I have never watched the James Bond 007 movies.

My father watched some of them.

I think in Terengganu James Bond is Jeng Bong.

I went to Atuk Man’s Shell Station in Kuala Terengganu to buy the cars.

Atuk Man is my mother’s father’s cousin.

Atuk Man is Dato’ Amar’s son.

Dato’ Amar was Terengganu’s Chief Minister long, long, long time ago.