Sleek Cappellini Bench made from polyurethane foam on satin finish stainless steel base. Upholstered in fabrics and leathers of the collection.
Jean-Marie Massaud Cappellini
One of the Four James Bond Cars Built, Two Private Owners From New and in Time Warp Original Condition 282hp, 3,995cc at 6,000rpm, dual overhead camshafts, five-speed manual gearbox, four-wheel independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes. Wheelbase: 98" “The Most Famous Car in the World.” Such is the title of the book (by Dave Worrall, Solo Publishing, 1993) that chronicles the electrifying Aston Martin DB5 which roared into the popular consciousness with the release of the James Bond epic Goldfinger in 1964. No other car has so completely captured the imagination of generations of filmgoers.