A rare Aston Martin that may have been used as an unmarked police car in the sixties has actually been found after half a century concealed in a garage. The DB24, integrated in 1955, was discovered at a property in Gloucestershire and is thought to be worth ₤ 250,000 when completely brought back. The classic car, which ended up being well-known as the design driven by James Bond in Ian Fleming's books, was bought by an automobile lover who planned to deal with the engine when he retired. Instead it was covered by a sheet and forgotten by its owner, and was forgotten.
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