Richmont UK 19th Of October 2016, International Auctioneers Coys Of Kensington Sold An Aston Martin DB5 Via Apple Pay For £ 825’000.-. The Buyer Purchased The Car On An App Called Vero. Claimed To Be The First Classic Car Sale Completed Via Social Media. It’s The Largest Known Transaction Via Apple Pay To Date…

Many Shoppers Might Use Apple Pay Every Day To Purchase Groceries, A Drink In A Pub Or Even A Tube Fare In London – But Someone Has Forked Out The Best Part Of A Million British Pounds On A Car Using The Digital Wallet Service. It’s Not Just Any Car Though – The Model In Question Is A Stunning 1964 Aston Martin DB5. It wasn’t A Small Sum Either – The Fully Restored Vintage Motor Had An Asking Price Of £825,000. And The Anonymous Buyer Didn’t Even Have To Be There In Person To Swipe His iPhone Or iWatch – Instead, He Secured The Ultra-Collectible Classic On A Social Media App. Coys Said It Is The First Ever Classic Car Sale Completed Via Social Media. Read The Complete Daily Mail Online Report

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The DB5 Is Synonymous With James Bond Films Including Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), GoldenEye (1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), The World Is Not Enough (1999), Casino Royale (2006), Skyfall (2012) And Spectre (2015)

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