German Oldtimer Market Magazine Issue 10/October 2011. 9 Pages Exclusive Event Report About The Legendary “Goldfinger Furka Pass Scene” – 47 Years Later! Inclusive Interview With Sir Ken Adam About Worlds Famoust Agent Movie Car: The Aston Martin DB5!

Almost 50 Years One Of The Most Famous Bond Films Played In Central Switzerland: Delivered In Goldfinger A Legendary Car Chase: Aston Martin DB5 (Sean Connery Aka James Bond) Vs. Ford Mustang (Tania Mallet Aka Tilly Masterson) On The Furka Pass…

The Story About This Amazing Event: „A Dream Comes True..!“ OM Reader Jürgen Müller (Germany) Sended An Unusual Request To The Oldtimer Markt Magazine: „I’d Like To Be James Bond Once In My Lifetime… My Dream Is To Drive The Legendary Aston Martin DB5 Hunting A White Ford Mustang Driven By A B(l)ond Girl Like In The Famous Goldfinger Furka Pass Movie Scene!“

„Your Dream Wish Is Our Command!“ That Was The Answer From The German Oldtimer Markt Magazine. They Realized This Special Wish, In Association With Claus Fischer (Classic4rent) Germany, In The Swiss Mountains This Summer.

It Must Have Been An Unforgettable Adventure For Jürgen Müller. Big Compliment To The German Magazine And Mister Fischer, The Owner Of Both Beautiful Classic Cars, For „Make It Happen“!


Some Interessting Questions Out Of The Exclusive Interview With Sir Ken Adam:
OM: Who Had The Idea To Take An Aston Martin DB5 For The Goldfinger Movie?
KA: Chubby (Albert R. Broccoli/Producer), Harry (Harry Saltzmann/Producer), Guy (Guy Hamilton/Director) And I Had A Conference About The New Car Of 007. I Used To Be A Jaguar E-Type Driver. But This Car Was To Usual For An Agent Like James Bond. So, We Elected The Sexiest And Most Expensive Sports Car During That Time: The British Aston Martin DB5.

OM: Who Made The Contact To Aston Martin?
KA: John „Johnny“ Stears (Special Effects) And I Met David Brown For it. David Said „No Way“ First. Later Inquire By Chubby He Agreed. Aston Martin Had A 60% Turnover Plus After The Goldfinger Movie…

OM: Did You Test The Car Once By Your Own?
KA: No, Never… John „Johnny“ Stears Was Very Proud Of This Car. That’s Why I Let Him Play With The DB5 By His Own…


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