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The car you see here has a bit of a storied past. The major reason why it will fetch close to $2 million at Bonham’s is because it was once owned by Paul McCartney. McCartney, who owned the DB5 for six years, put 40,513 miles on it. While it’s changed hands a few times, it eventually ended up in the garage of one-time Top Gear host Chris Evans. The next stop can be your driveway, as the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 hits the auction block on December 2. The first Aston Martin owned by The Beatles legend, this DB5 has seen some work since McCartney drove it around, and as you can tell, it’s as stunning as ever. Beatles fans with deep pockets should prepare their bids. 

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