What’s not to like about them? Spies, lovely ladies, gadgets, and hot cars. I love seeing what car will be featured in the newest movie, how it’s modified for spy use and the chase scenes. You see them the cars come for auction every once in a while and usually go for big bucks. Now the world’s largest collection of Bond vehicles are up for sale. Boy if you thought the single cars at auction were out of your range, this one is past the moon. A cool $33 million and it’s yours. Boy would I like to be friends with the person who buys the collection. Click here to see what could be yours.
The cars in the movies could almost be listed as co-stars with all the gadgets and those chase scenes. But it didn’t start that way. James Bond’s first car was the modest ’62 Sunbeam Alpine Series II, in lake blue appearing in Dr. No (1962). Still it’s one of my favorites along with the following.
The Bond franchise began it’s long relationship with Aston Martin with a ’63 Aston Martin DB5 appearing in the movies Goldfinger (1964), and Thunderball (1965).