13. Goldfinger Aston Martin DB5
Movie cars are always an interesting topic among car enthusiasts. Among dozens of popular vehicles from the silver screen, James Bond’s rides are one of the most sought-after by car fans. Although the whereabouts of most 007 cars are known, one particular car is still missing. It was the most popular Bond car, which was the silver 1964 Aston Martin DB5 from the movie, Goldfinger. The film company used several cars for shooting. However, the car with all the gadgets, like revolving license plates, ejector seats, and mounted machine guns was for driving scenes and close-ups. After the shooting, it changed hands among several collectors, including Florida businessman Anthony V. Pugliese III.
However, in 1997, someone stole the car from the airplane hangar where it was in storage. Thieves disabled the alarm and security cameras, stealing the car in the middle of the night without a trace. Thankfully, they insured this silver DB5. The insurance company paid $4.2 million to its owner, but the car vanished into thin air. There were some rumors the car went to Boston, but nobody has been able to confirm that. Today, 20 years after they stole the famous Goldfinger DB5, it still remains one of the biggest missing car cases in history.