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 Picture dated 01 October 1964 shows the Aston Martin D.B.5 of the James Bond film 'Goldfinger' is presented during the Motor show in Paris. The Ford Motor Company has agreed to sell its iconic Aston Martin brand for just over 470 million pounds (908 million dollars) to a British-led consortium, the US firm said Monday 12 March 2007. The luxury car maker, famous for its long-running association with the James Bond blockbuster films, is to be sold to a group of investors led by British motor sport chief Dave Richards, a Ford official announced.
 Picture dated 01 October 1964 shows the Aston Martin D.B.5 of the James Bond film 'Goldfinger' is presented during the Motor show in Paris. The Ford Motor Company has agreed to sell its iconic Aston Martin brand for just over 470 million pounds (908 million dollars) to a British-led consortium, the US firm said Monday 12 March 2007. The luxury car maker, famous for its long-running association with the James Bond blockbuster films, is to be sold to a group of investors led by British motor sport chief Dave Richards, a Ford official announced.

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