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A pack of James Bond cars made by toy maker Corgi that should have been sold in 1964 have been discovered still in their original Cellophane wrapped boxes.<br />
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The six toy versions of Bond's Aston Martin DB5 were made in the wake of the 1964 film Goldfinger, which was the first to feature the gadget-laden silver car.<br />
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Corgi sprayed the model motors gold and included an ejector seat which projected a plastic figure of a villian through the roof at the flick of a switch, replicating a scene in the movie.