On the chance that someone might be looking for something to use as a station car, we pass along word that the Aston Martin D85 featured in the James Bond film Goldfinger is, so to speak, sitting in an English used-car lot. Bond's beauty is silver gray, cost more than $36,000 to build, has gone only 10,000 miles, can hit 150 mph and includes such standard equipment as machine guns, ejector seal, bulletproof shield, smoke-screen blower, oil-slick sprayer, radar and revolving license plates. Its owner, K. H. Luscombe-Whyte, decided he wanted to buy an airplane instead and was offering it for $12,000, if you hurried right down to the corner of Oddjob and Galore. "It's been tremendous fun," said Luscombe-Whyte, who obtained the car in a trade for a 250 GTO Ferrari, "but I think it's a luxury for a richer man than me." Luscombe-Whyte admitted that he had never actually used the oil spray or the smoke screen. "They were tempting sometimes." he said, "but one might have become rather unpopular."