When James Bond was reunited with the DB5, it was given the registration number, BMT214A, as if had come from the same fleet as the first car. This was, I believe that BMT216A couldn’t be used for legal reasons although it was used on the BMW 750i in ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’. The photographs below show what is believed to be DB5/1484/R of one of the 1995 stunt cars were taken during the travelling 007 exhibition whilst it was visiting the National Museum of Film, Photography and Television in Bradford during Summer 2002.
One of the stunt cars, DB5/1885/R, was sold at auction in 2001 and at that time, it became the one of the most expensive pieces of film memorabilia ever sold. The car has thankfully remained in private ownership in the UK and even has it’s own website, db5.co.uk.
The second stunt car, DB5/1484/R has been retained by EON and is believed to have also been used during the filming of ‘Skyfall‘ in 2013 and also appeared briefly in ‘Tomorrow Never Dies‘ and ‘Spectre‘.