Model Masterpiece: Aston Martin DB4

Lease an Aston Martin

James Bond might have made Aston Martin famous outside of car enthusiast circles when he drove a tricked-out DB5 in 1964’s “Goldfinger,” but by then the marque was already well established within the enthusiast realm. The foundation for the DB5’s prominence had already been built by its predecessor, the DB4.

Vintage Corner: 1964 Shelby Cobra

Vintage Lease

Undoubtedly one of the most original Cobras in in the world, this time machine is being offered at the RM/Sothebys Monterey auction with a pre-sale estimate of $1.2-$1.4 million.

Vintage Corner: Ghia L 6.4

Ghia L 6.4 Leasing

The pre-sale estimate from RM/Sothebys is $300,000 – $375,000. The auction house sold a 1962 Ghia L 6.4 model for $577,500 at last year’s Monterey auction.

Model Masterpiece: Mercedes-Benz 600

Mercedes-Benz Leasing

The majestic Mercedes 600 also endeared itself to more likable folks including Elvis Presley, Beatles John Lennon and George Harrison, Karen Carpenter, Elizabeth Taylor, Rowan Atkinson (“Mr. Bean”), Jay Leno, Hugh Hefner and Coco Chanel.