Aston Martin DB5
The DB5 entered production in 1963. It claimed its place in popular culture a year later, when it was chosen as James Bonds car in Goldfinger and Thunderball. The Sean Connery films use of the car, with its ejector seat, machine guns, and rear bulletproof shield that could be activated with the push of a dashboard button, made Aston Martin a household name.
One of the Aston Martins from the early Bond films was auctioned in London for $4.1 million in 2010. The other was reported stolen in 1997.