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Christopher Marinello, head of an agency that deals with recovering precious things, has conducted an in-depth investigation in different parts of the world

Many years have passed but perhaps the long hunt has led to the prey: a private investigator believes he has found it
Aston Martin from James Bond
, a car stolen in 1997. It should be in the Middle East.

like a little criminal diary. There DB5 appeared in famous films Goldfinger e Thunderbolt. It was equipped with machine guns, protective shield, ejection seat and other devilry. The production – as reported by several British media – used four, but only one had the apparatuses. This was bought by an American businessman, Anthony Pugliese. First, the special accessories were removed and replaced with copies.

History has reserved other surprises, like in an adventure of 007. In June 1997 the car was made to disappear: it was in a private hangar in the airport of Boca Raton, Florida, when a team of thieves managed to steal it. And vanished. At the time she was insured for 4 million dollars, today ne vale 25.

Christopher Marinello, head ofArt Recovery International, an agency that deals with recovering precious things, has conducted an in-depth investigation in different parts of the world. He pursued reports, traces, suspicions. And now he believes he has discovered the whereabouts of the legendary Aston. in a country in the Persian Gulf (they say Dubai), part of a private collection. The chassis numbers appear to be the same.

Perhaps the current owner is unaware that it is a stolen car and – the investigator hopes – it could come out publicly. The whole theme of a podcast, The Most Famous Car in the World with Liz Hurley. There is also one at stake reward of 100 thousand dollars. We await the next episodes and the confirmation that it is the “right” DB5, what Marinello has defined as the white whale.

August 26, 2021 (change August 26, 2021 | 10:23)

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