After all, Britain's most famous MI6 operative has driven plenty of less-than-glamorous cars, so you don't have to part with Aston money to bag a Bond-style ride.
like this 1982 Esprit Turbo).
Bond's 1990s BMW phase offers a little more in the way of affordable fantasy, although his most exotic BMW steed - the Z8 from The World Is Not Enough - is now fetching more than it cost when new, as this 2002 Z8 with 15k miles, up for almost £90k proves.
such as this blue Z3), or a BMW 750iL like this one, driven remotely in Tomorrow Never Dies, yours with 90k miles on the clock fro just £2.5k.
At the more esoteric end of Bond's chariots is the Citroen 2CV, which featured in a memorable chase sequence in For Your Eyes Only and even spawned a special edition (see pic). Mind you, it's no longer the budget car it once was, with well-preserved examples such as this 1988 2CV fetching a couple of grand.
Maserati Biturbo (seen in Licence to Kill, though we don't think Bond drove it) for £4750?
At the more mundane end of things, an Audi 200 (The Living Daylights) in good condition could be yours for around £3800, or how about Bond's 'rep' period, when he drove the current-shape Ford Mondeo (Casino Royale)? This can now be had for less than six grand (we know you're tempted).
Of course, if you really wanted to be obscure you could delve into the series of Bond novels by John Gardner - which could mean a Saab 900 Turbo for £1500 or even a Bentley Mulsanne for just £11k. But then nobody would know they were Bond cars, would they?