Replicas of the Aston Martin driven by Prince William on his wedding day will be offered at an upcoming Bonhams auction of collectible cars, which will take place on May 21 at the Aston Martin factory in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire.
Two 1968 DB6 Volante models are among the items up for bidding at the 12th annual Bonhams auction of Aston Martin and Lagonda Motor Cars and Related Automobilia. A black DB6 is expected to sell for anywhere between £210-240,000, and a silver model is projected to fetch up to £250,000. Also included in the auction are factory-made replicas of two Aston Martins used in James Bond films.
Among the automobilia offered are the prop stunt knife used by Halle Berry in Die Another Day, and an Aston Martin DB6 instruction book.
The DB6 William drove at the Royal Wedding was on loan from his father, Prince Charles, who received the car as a 21st birthday gift from his mother, the Queen of England, in 1969.