The incredible vehicle comes with arches, wheels, rope and a cage.
If a potential buyer is interested in the piece of cinema history, it will set them back between £150,000 and £200,000.
It wouldn’t be a James Bond car sale without including a stunning Aston Martin, and the Goodwood sale is no exception.
Though the DBS Superleggera that features in No Time To Die isn’t actually Bond’s car, it does belong to 007.
This Aston is a surviving example from a batch that were destroyed, nor is it hiding machine guns, smoke screens, ejector seats or bulletproof shields.
All it had to do in its scenes was look great on an Icelandic highway and kick the tail out at an airport.