Those looking for a concours-quality DB5 ready to spend its life on a trailer and never touch the tarmac need to look elsewhere. Anyone looking for Aston Martin's most famous GT with the intention of actually enjoying it has found maybe the best example on the market. Delivered new to Adelaide in 1965, this DB5 was purchased by its current owner in 1973 and lived briefly in Europe before returning to Australia. The car was repainted decades ago in the original Platinum Silver and has had no major restoration work since — only the usual maintenance. This all-original, numbers-matching DB5 has an amazing patina inside and out, with the black leather seats and wood-rimmed steering wheel standing out. A true driver that would be disrespected sitting in a collection, this DB5 deserves another 50 years on the road.