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We don’t know how much Spectre, the coming installment in the Bond series, will make, but we hope it’s a lot because they have a bill on their hands to the tune of $36,000,000. Okay, so they don’t actually have to pay all of that, but they did destroy quite an expensive collection of cars in the process of making Spectre. The seven specially designed Aston Martin DB10s that were sent to the scrapheap alone are enough to make any car enthusiast teary-eyed. The film, which is the most expensive Bond movie ever produced, hits theaters on November 6. Car fans should bring tissues.

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