News of Sir Sean Connery's death at the age of 90 has been met with an outpouring of tributes from across the world. Though the Scottish actor's mark on the silver screen spanned a number of genres, it was his role in The Untouchables (1988) that, finally, won him an Oscar. However, Connery will undoubtedly be best remembered for his portrayal of fictional spy, James Bond, in no fewer than six 007 films across a period of three decades. In his very first appearance as Bond in Dr No (1962), Connery undoubtedly helped shape a cinematic franchise which remains exceptionally popular to this day – nearly sixty years on from its cinematic debut.
In the same way that Connery will forever be associated with James Bond, the character has become synonymous with Aston Martin. Playing a major part in that link was Sean Connery, the image of the actor stood with the Aston Martin DB5 during the filming of Goldfinger (1964) has become iconic in itself. Today the character and the brand are inextricably linked, and the connection is one that Hexagon Classics will never ignore. As official Aston Martin dealers during the 1970s, the marque is one that Hexagon Classics is very passionate about.
We currently have in stock a range of classic and modern classic Aston Martins suitable for any fan of the brand or budding James Bond, including two stunning 1960s Aston Martin DB4s, a 1970 DB6, a 1985 V8 Vantage, and – bringing things right up to date – a uniquely specified 2018 Vanquish S Volante Ultimate Edition. View our stock of Aston Martin cars: www.hexagonclassics.com/aston-martin