Forget aftershave, expensive watches or even the Karma Sutra, if you want to make a man you know really feel and act like James Bond, get him behind the wheel of 007’s favourite car. With a gift voucher from car hire specialist Great Escape you can give the man you love the keys to a classic Bond Aston Martin for the day or weekend.
The Great Escape Aston fleet includes a 1967 Aston Martin DB6, as driven by Sean Connery and Daniel Craig in films like Goldfinger and Casino Royale, a 1977 Aston Martin V8 coupe, which was used in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and an Aston Martin convertible as used in The Living Daylights. Prices start at £295 for 24 hours hour and include 24 hours use, unlimited mileage and insurance. The cars are available to hire from Great Escape’s bases in Suffolk and the Cotswolds.Gift vouchers, which are valid for 12 months, are available for individual cars for a day or weekend or Great Escape also offers combination packages that let customers sample two or more Aston Martins over a weekend. Great Escape can also help you put together a romantic weekend away including hotels and dinner reservations. “Nobody ever forgets driving an Aston Martin,” says Graham Eason of Great Escape. “And it’s a great Christmas gift to share. While he gets into the role of James Bond you can enjoy a great weekend away in some of Britain’s best countryside. We design everything so it’s easy and simple to hire one of our cars. We can deliver the car to a local hotel or collect customers from local train stations. Our Suffolk and Cotswolds sites are 2 hours from London and close to rail connections.”Great Escape has a fleet of self drive and chauffeur hire classic cars from the 1930s to the 1990s including coupes, convertibles and saloons from Bentley, Jaguar, Alfa Romeo, Jensen, Rolls Royce and Morris as well as Porsche. Classic car hire starts at £125 for 24 hours and every hire day includes a full 24 hours use, unlimited mileage, insurance and breakdown cover. For more details visit www.greatescapecars.co.uk, call 01527 893733 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.