The car is equipped with nail spreaders, tire slashers, smoke screen dispensers, revolving license plates and a passenger ejector seat, according to the auction listing.
The Aston Martin was featured in the movies "Thunderball" and "Goldfinger," which starred actor Sean Connery in the role of James Bond, Agent 007.
The license plates are controlled by a knob labeled "B-S-F," which stands for British, Swiss and French plates, CNN reported. There are guns visible from behind the front turn signals, but they do not fire real bullets, the network reported.
"They made four cars for the movies -- three survive today," Barney Rupreht of RM Sotheby's told KSBW. "This is about the only one that has fully-functional gadgets as original, fully engineered, still working."
Sabatié-Garat said his client was a James Bond enthusiast, and since the car is street legal, he plans to do a lot of driving.
"I don't think he will sell it for the next 30 years for sure," Sabatie-Garat told KSBW.