Robert Plant's 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Is For Sale And It's A Beauty

Photo: Nicholas Mee & Co Ltd

You’re probably familiar with at least one Led Zeppelin song. Perhaps you’re not familiar with singer Robert Plant’s 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Coupe. If you happen to be in the market for one, Plant’s selling his off.

The car made its way into Plant’s hands in the early 1970s, and the rock legend held onto the vehicle until the mid-1980s, according to Nicholas Mee & Co LTD, an Aston Martin specialist handling the sale.


“There’s no doubting the Aston Martin DB5’s classic credentials as it is often referred to as the most famous car in the world. Of no doubt also are the credentials of Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant,” said Nicholas Mee, managing director of the company. “We are excited to bring to market this unique car, combining two icons of 20th century culture.”

Mee’s website says the car was used “very sparingly” and has been kept in a “controlled” environment since 2008. As Nicholas Mee & Co put it, the car’s received [pun alert] a “Whole Lotta Love.”

Anyway, if you’re interested in checking out the vehicle, it’s available at Nicholas Mee’s showroom in West London.

In the meantime, check out how it looks.

(All photos courtesy of Nicholas Mee & Co Ltd)


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