GAYDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 10: An Aston Martin Vanquish is inspected by hand inside a light booth at the company headquarters and production plant on January 10, 2013 in Gaydon, England. The iconic British brand is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford created Bamford & Martin on January 15 1913, which later became Aston Martin in honour of Bamford’s wins at the Aston Clinton Hillclimb in Buckinghamshire. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

If you’re a “James Bond” addict and have a spare $3.5-million you’re itching to spend…listen up.

Aston Martin’s gearing up to release a group of gadget-laden “continuation” cars modeled after Bond’s 1964 DB5. Gadgets already locked-in are a rotating license plate, smoke screen, oil slick sprayer (that sprays water), “machine guns” (or an effect that looks like them, anyway), bulletproof screen, front and rear battering rams, and an interior that has all the bells, whistles, and controls you need.

Thing is? Most of the 25 cars have already been spoken for, but there’s still a shot for you…just keep in mind, it’s not street-legal – because machine guns.

This Bulletproof Aston Martin Is Customized with Rear Smoke Screen, Oil Slick Sprayer and 'Machine Guns'

Last summer we reported that Aston Martin would be making 25 "continuation" cars modeled on the iconic gadget-equipped 1964 DB5 driven by Sean Connery in Goldfinger for $3.5 million apiece. Aston said at the time that some of the gadgetry would be functional but did not provide details.