Personal space: Stirred, not shaken.'



007's 1965 Aston Martin DB5

Besides a ride like James Bond's, Steve O'Keeffe of O'Keeffe & Co. Inc. also owns a 1960 Ford Thunderbird, a 1960 MGA and a 1970 MGB. Why does the McLean, Va., IT public relations expert like old hardware? 'It looks, sounds and smells more real than today's faceless modes of transportation,' O'Keeffe said. 'It also shows that, if you maintain things, they can provide value for generations to come. P.S. They are a lot of fun to drive.'

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