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Every Aston Martin Bond Car by Marek Reichman

Every Aston Martin Bond Car by Marek Reichman

The British brand’s Chief Creative Officer goes over each the Aston’s that have dazzled Bond fans fro six decades

Marek Reichman, the chief creative officer at Aston Martin, takes us over each and every car from the British marque, that has appeared in every Bond film since the 60s.

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To Celebrate 60 Years of the Bond Franchise, the Petersen Museum has Launched Bond in Motion

To Celebrate 60 Years of the Bond Franchise, the Petersen Museum has Launched Bond in Motion

The exhibit features more than 30 iconic screen-used vehicles and is the largest official gathering of Bond cars in the U.S.

With the latest bond film No Time to Die, there’s no time better time to look back at some of the most exciting Bond movie cars ever. Bond in Motion is the very first formal exhibition in the United States to display actual vehicles that featured in the James Bond film franchise.

The films were produced in conjunction with EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation. The exhibition currently underway at the Petersen Automotive Museum commemorates the 60th anniversary of the 007 films, which began with the release of Dr.No, six decades ago back in 1962.

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Invoke the James Bond Spirit In Your Kid With This Aston Martin DB5 Junior 'No Time To Die' Edition

Invoke the James Bond Spirit In Your Kid With This Aston Martin DB5 Junior ’No Time To Die’ Edition

This two-thirds scale version of the DB5 comes with all the gadgets and wizardry seen on the car in the James Bond movies

To commemorate the release of the upcoming James Bond flick, No Time To Die, The Little Car Company has created a two-thirds-scale version of the Aston Martin DB5. The DB5 is synonymous with James Bond movies. It was first seen in ‘Goldfinger’ in 1946 and will be seen for the eighth time in ‘No Time To Die’.

The two-thirds scale electric version of the Aston Martin DB5 is called the DB5 Junior ’No Time To Die Edition’ is priced at over $100,000! It even comes with all sorts of gadgets that we’ve seen in the movies over the years. Fancy, huh?

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Aston Martin Bull Dog Unveiled After a Painstaking 18 Month Restoration

Aston Martin Bull Dog Unveiled After a Painstaking 18 Month Restoration

This one off wedge shaped Aston from the 70s is unlike any other and is designed for speeds in excess of 200 mph

The Aston Martin Bulldog seen here is unlike any other Aston because it is the only one of its kind in the world, thanks to its striking angular wedge-shaped design. It has undergone an 18-month long restoration.

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