The problem seems to be with the body stamping itself. The Hood is perfectly aligned with the fenders, but the leading plane of the hood is shorter in height than the corresponding surfaces on the fenders.
Movie cars don't get much better than this, nor do movie roles for cars.
In the book, that female character drove a Lancia with deDion/Bouton semi-independent rear suspension. But in the movie, Diana Rigg drove this, and she just died, which certainly must have had some impact on this sale price. Now that there is *really* no chance of Connery reprising the role, I expect some of the other pieces of that era to skyrocket for a while, as well.
The Bond movie car that I'd like to have is the Falcon Ranchero used in which movie I can't remember. But I do remember that a Lincoln Town Car went through a crusher, the cube of Lincoln was then picked up by a crane and dropped into the bed of that Ranchero which drove away. The car didn't collapse, the springs didn't break and the tires didn't explode. What a car!
Goldfinger. I doubt seriously that a Ranchero would handle the 2+ tons of a Lincoln (especially if dropped), but I also doubt that a Lincoln could be crushed into a 1 meter cube. Some 'Hollywood' in that scene.