A garage full of super iconic movie cars, including the James Bond Aston Martin, is heading to auction.
The rare collection includes the same models as those that starred in Die Another Day, Back to the Future, Gone in 60 Seconds and The Batman.
Some of the exotic cars, including a red 1965 Shelby AC Cobra, are expected to fetch in the millions.
Florida auction house Kodner will put all 30 cars, including supercars and exotics, up for sale on November 6.
This is what you can expect to find.
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James Bond Aston Martin
This 2002 Aston Martin Vanquish comes with the same exact spec as the one that Pierce Brosnan drove in Die Another Day.
The two-door coupe has a 5.9-liter V12 6-speed automated manual transmission.
It was bought by its current owner in 2005 with only 1,395 miles and kept on display ever since.
The Vanquish is expected to fetch between $70,000 and $90,000.
DeLorean, Back to the Future
This 1981 DMC BTF is an impeccable Back to the Future replica.
The two-door coupe has gullwing doors and the iconic DeLorean brushed stainless steel exterior.
This DeLorean was handmade in Texas by Robert Moseley, who is a professional prop builder known as ‘Video Bob’.
The car, which is fitted with all the time-traveling extras seen in the movie, is estimated to go for between $50,000 and $70,000.
Ford Shelby from Gone in 60 Seconds
The 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 ‘Eleanor’ was immortalized in the movie Gone in 60 Seconds.
It was driven by Nicholas Cage and the car itself actually played a key role in the movie.
Prices for a 1967 GT500 have been going up ever since and the market is flooded with replicas.
This, however, is a real GT500.
It was bought from a New Jersey dealer back in 2015 and has been on display ever since.
The two-door fastback has a V8 engine, 4-speed manual transmission and is expected to fetch up to $300,000.
Aside from the iconic movie cars, there will be a couple of obvious headliners including the 1965 Shelby AC Cobra, a 1992 Jaguar XJ220, and a 2005 Ford GT.
The XJ220, which was once the fastest production car in the world, is expected to go for up to $650,000 at auction.
Meanwhile, the Ford GT is expected to fetch $450,000.