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James Bond No Time To Die Aston Martin DB5 Model Car Kit - Numbered Collector's Edition Subscription - By Agora Models

Build and display your own museum-quality 1:8 scale model of Bond’s gadget-laden DB5 from No Time To Die. Complete with acrylic display case, working digital number plates, ejector seat, firing mini-guns and many more features, this is a model kit like no other. Made in collaboration with EON Productions and Aston Martin, Agora Models of England are specialists in luxury builds for collectors. 

The Collector's Edition comes with a museum-quality No Time To Die display case to show and protect your museum-quality model, and a numbered certificate of authenticity. 

How it works. Each month, for 12 months, you receive a box containing sections of the car to build. It's not complicated: if you can build LEGO or Meccano you will be fine! Most of the work is screwing together, there is very little gluing, and it all comes pre-painted to a museum quality. 

Details. The James Bond No Time To Die Aston Martin DB5 Model Car Kit -  Numbered Collector's Edition Subscription - By Agora Models includes all the gadgets from the 2021 film, including changing number plates - first seen in Goldfinger - updated in this latest design with LED screens. Other gadgets also include tyre slashers, bulletproof glass, a brace of M134 mini-guns that extend from behind the headlights, mine dispenser with dropping mini-mines, full command control panel with slider smokescreen control, working ejector seat with button and roof markings. Plus, of course, replicas of the distinctive side strakes that were used to eject shells from the mini-guns, chrome bumpers, and 12-inch crossbow wheels. Choose to reflect the extensive damage caused in the Matera attack, or the pristine version. This edition also comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity.

The case. The bespoke acrylic display case features illuminated No Time To Die and Agora Models logos with a metal specification plaque. The black-painted wooden base has a film-inspired terrain surface under the car, while the backdrop features a high quality, official film print of the DB5 in Matera. 

functional m134 mini-guns

• Individual motors give fully motorised spin with light and sound firing effects

• Hidden behind headlights sockets and extend out when manually activated


• 1:8 scale mini-mines stored and dispensed from a shelf behind the rear bumper

functional EJECTOR SEAT

• Passenger seat

• With ejector removable roof panel.

digital license plates

• Choice of three LED numbers to match the film production car 

• A fixed number plate BMT 216A is also included 


• Front, rear and brake lights


• Full command control panel with slider smokescreen control

• Flip the console lid in central armrest to see the defence mechanism controls 

illuminated tracking system

• Hidden behind the sliding grille 

light-up dashboard
cartridge expellers

• Hidden in the side strakes


• From 12” crossbow wheels

chrome bumpers
remote control

• Allows you to control the mini-guns, number plate, interior and exterior lights

Number plate

• Digital and standard models included


• Two sets of wheels are included so you can construct the individual spokes for each wheel or use the pre-built ones 


• Two sets of windows are included – a pristine set and another that replicates bullet damage to the bullet-proof glass

• A set of ‘paint scrape’ decals allow you to add authentic damage to the bodywork



Each month for 12 months you receive a box with a part of the car to build. After 12 months you will have all the sections and will have a museum quality scale replica. As everything is pre-painted and most bits are just screwed together, you get a great finished product. You can just pick it up and do a little without needing a big modelling area or skillset.

Each box gives you a couple of Sunday afternoons enjoyment, at a leisurely pace. To build the complete car will take around 40-60 hours in total.

If you can do LEGO or Meccano, you can do this. There’s no painting required and very little gluing as most parts are screwed together. Easy to follow build instructions are downloaded as a pdf in your choice of English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese.

A screwdriver, which we will supply in the first pack so you can start immediately. Additional tools that you may find useful, but are not strictly necessary, are cutters, a hobby knife and cutting mat to detach some parts from spurs. Some joints on moving parts require a pin to be fully inserted and a pair of pliers are useful for this. Tweezers maybe helpful to help with the wheel spokes if you are building your own wheels.

This model comes pre-painted. Each part is painted in Agora’s paint workshop to match the iconic silver birch original. This process is a combination of hand painting smaller parts and spray-painting larger parts. The bodywork is sprayed in much the same way as a real car using the paint-codes given by Aston Martin to ensure accurate colour matching. This ensures that when you complete your model, you achieve a museum-like finish and a fine replica of the original.

Contact the 007Store customer service team with any questions. Email: or call us on +44 208 208 1166 (between 10am-4pm GMT).

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