Aston Martin DBS and Jaeger LeCoultre Watch

Some of us are fortunate enough to purchase a $5000 watch, some of us are even fortunate enough to buy $100,000 cars but only a few are honored with the right and privilege to drive the James Bond car in the same fashion as the man himself.

Aston Martin DBS James Bond

Introducing the Aston Martin DBS and the $35,000 Jaeger LeCoultre watch that starts it, activates it and allows you to launch your missiles (Assuming you actually get the missile option from the dealer.)

The Aston Martin DBS is famous for having been featured in the movie Casino Royal and its sequel Quantum of Solace, where James Bond truly takes the car to its limit but the watch is only famous to those who can afford it, or are simply passionate about watches. The Aston DBS produces close to 500Hp and is the pinnacle of luxury and sport coming together, the car not only performs like a king on and off the track but it serves its main purpose much better than its predecessor the Aston Martin Vanquish. As you guessed it, its main purpose is simply to announce that you have arrived. The watch is limited to only 200 Aston DBS models, and retails for DBS owners only at $35,000. The car can be found with a waiting list for about $350,000.

Jaeger LeCoultre

2004 Lamborghini Gallardo
Listed for sale at $98,000
Bought at $80,000 plus tax & tags
Drove for 4 months then posted for sale
Sold for $93,000 in less than 30 days
Made $9,000 in Profit


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