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From the Lotus Esprit featured in The Spy Who Loved Me to the clunky yet functional Bajaj RE featured in Octopussy we're removing the car covers and revealing a complete list of every vehicle driven by in chronological order. It all began with Dr. No, the first Bond movie ever that premiered in In classic fashion, the super spy is lured to the apartment of Miss Taro, an enemy spy.
As he drives up a mountainside for a "heart to heart" with Miss Taro, he's ambushed. A car chase soon ensues, but Bond's expert driving skills sees him free of his pursuers as they go tumbling down the mountain in a fiery crash. The English made Sunbeam Alpine was manufactured in jolly old England, a tradition that many Bond cars would follow in the coming years.
Despite it being just his second outing, Bond uses his vehicle once again to enjoy the company of a beautiful woman. In this case, he's enjoying a picnic with the lovely Sylvia Trench. That's when he gets a call from headquarters, and he's summoned back home. However, that doesn't stop him from flipping up the convertible roof to finish his date with Miss Trench.
The Bentley Mark IV was an interesting choice for a Bond, film, as it was 30 years old at the time of the release of the movie. Despite this fact, the Mark IV still makes an excellent addition to the medley of Bond vehicles on this list. Ask any James Bond fan about the top five most iconic cars and the DB5 will most certainly make its way to the top of the list every time.
In terms of recognition, the Aston Martin DB5 has been greatly popularized by the sheer number of movies that it has been featured in. Of course, 's version is equipped with machine guns, tire slashers, an ejection seat and many other nifty little gadgets.
It's only right that Bond's first film to take place in Japan should feature the country's first supercar. The Toyota was fast, powerful, and rare. There were only models produced in total. Sean Connery was too large to move around in the Japanese supercar comfortably, so Toyota quickly modified the traditionally hard top coupe so that Connery could zip around in a special open-top version.
The DBS would play a tragic role in this movie. As Bond and his wife are driving in the DBS, she's assassinated through the windshield. The Aston Martin DBS was the latest edition at the time and would make a brief appearance in the next film Diamonds Are Forever as it's being equipped with missiles in the infamous lab of Q. The Mercury Cougar didn't exactly belong to Bond in this movie. It belonged to his future wife, Tracy Di Vicenzo. With Bond on the run from the bad guys, he had to rely upon the power of the Mercury Cougar and the masterful driving skills of his love interest.
Tracy earns her keep by navigating treacherously icy roads, dodging bullets the whole way. She eventually enters a stock car race track in a bid to outrun their pursuers. Eventually, James and Tracy race away as the bad guys overturn and explode in a glorious fireball. Sean Connery once again reprises the role of the confident and deadly super spy Bond pulls off a few fancy tricks, and suddenly the cops end up crashing into one another as he zooms away.
There's more to the chase than that, including a point where he's driving on two wheels to make his swift escape, but it certainly showcased the Ford Mustang in all of its glory. Inexperienced field agent Mary Goodnight finds herself kidnapped by the nefarious Francisco Scaramanga forcing Bond to jump to the rescue.
He ends up stealing an AMC Hornet by driving it right through the window of the showroom the keys to his vehicle were in the possession of Miss Goodnight. After a tense chase through the streets of Bankok, Bond and his comic relief partner who happened to be in the passenger seat during the theft, end up on the opposite end of a river from Miss Goodnight and Francisco. What does Bond do? He lines up the AMC Hornet with a collapsed bridge and guns the engine, going aerial and doing a degree spin in the process right over the river.
Needless to say, he and his partner land safely on the other side. As usual, Bond is on the run from the bad guys. With Barbara Bach riding shotgun, Bond has to outrace bad guys on the ground who aren't making his escape easy. Soon enough a helicopter joins the mix, forcing Bond to drive off a peer and dive into a lake, where, you guessed it, armed frogman lie in wait for him.
The Lotus Esprit transforms into a miniature submarine and easily mops up the bad guys both underwater and in the air. The scene ends with bond driving back onto land past a group of tourists as if the entire affair never happened. Clearly, the chase scene involving the Lotus from the previous movie was exciting enough to prompt the return of the vehicle, though this time with a more supped up model. However, instead of getting a repeat of the amazing chase scene from The Spy Who Loved Me, one of Gonzale's goons approaches the vehicle and smashes the passenger side window.
Perhaps he should have read the "Burglar protected" sticker because the vehicle self-destructs and takes the bad guy with it -- because who doesn't protect equip their cars with self-destruct systems to scare off burglars, right? The squat yellow vehicle does well enough during the chase, but it's clear that certain scenes were sped up to accommodate the underpowered vehicle. Eventually, the 2CV overturns, but local villagers help push them back onto all four wheels again.
Clearly bond had enough of Miss Havelock's driving because he jumps behind the wheel and takes off once more. Perhaps the most ridiculous chase scene to date, Octopussy introduces us to the Baja RE, a model of auto rickshaw that the locals refer to as a Tuk Tuk taxi. Bond wins a high stakes game of backgammon and jumps into a Tuk Tuk taxi with his friend and fellow agent Vijay.
A gunman is spotted in the cab behind them, and the chase is on. It turns out the rickety autorickshaw has been modified by Q branch and a powerful engine forces the vehicle onto two wheels at one point. Needless, both Bond and Vijay get away. Bond's time with the Renault wasn't his best driving showcase. In fact, it displays some rather irresponsible driving. Bond chases after the evil henchwoman May Day as she makes her grand escape by parachuting off the Eiffel Towel.
He jumps into a Renault taxi, and the chase is on. Initially, he showcases his masterful driving ability, navigating heavy traffic by performing a number of stunts that include driving across the roof of a bus. However, he makes his first mistake when a stop barrier rips away the roof of the Renault, transforming the vehicle into a convertible.
Then a car hits him, sheering away the rear end of the taxi. That doesn't stop Bond because he continues guiding the Renault along on just two wheels! He eventually stops by a bridge and leaps into action to continue the pursuit on water.
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The Man with the Golden Gun. American Motors Car dealership. Featured in The Man with the Golden Gun. He makes his exit by crashing through the showroom window. Pepper was in it looking to test drive it. A Hornet was also used for the famous twisting corkscrew aerial jump that was captured in just one filming sequence. Seven tests were performed in advance before the one jump performed by an uncredited British stuntman "Bumps" Williard for the film with six or 8, depending on the source cameras simultaneously rolling.
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In the film, the Matador coupe is converted into a 'car plane' to fly from Bangkok to an island in the China Sea. With the flight tail unit, the complete machine was 9. Bangkok Police. The featured police car in The Man with the Golden Gun. Bond is seen briefly driving the Jeep through some caves. Featured in A View to a Kill where Stacey is seen driving home. Aston Martin DB5 .
In the novelisation of GoldenEye it is stated that Bond purchased the DB5 as his own personal vehicle, although the version of Casino Royale , which reboots Bond film continuity, shows Bond winning it in a game of poker in the Bahamas ; as such the Casino Royale version of the vehicle is the only one that is not outfitted with special equipment Brosnan's DB5 is shown to have special features in GoldenEye such as a teleprinter disguised as a CD player, and a champagne cooler.
It also appears in numerous other films in association to Bond including a small cameo in Catch Me If You Can where the main character purchases one to be like Bond, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle in which Bernie Mac 's Bosley drives one and The Life and Death of Peter Sellers in which Geoffrey Rush , playing Peter Sellers , is shown driving one at the time of making Casino Royale , even though in real life that film did not feature the vehicle.
Appears in the pre-credits sequence as Bond makes his escape, where the rear-facing water cannon are activated this gadget was not referred to in Goldfinger , and this fades into the aquatically-themed credits sequence. On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Aston Martin DBS . The car was seen in only four scenes, including the pre-credits teaser and as James and Tracy's wedding car. Nothing is known about what kind of gadgets were installed, except that it had a hiding place for a sniper rifle in the glovebox.
Obviously — given what happens at the end of that movie — it was not fitted with bulletproof glass. The car was actually cropped out of the frame on the "pan-and-scan version" of the film. The Living Daylights. Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante. A convertible, it is later "winterised" with a hardtop. It comes with all the usual refinements, including extending side outriggers, spike-producing tires, missiles, lasers an update of the DB5's tyre-slashers , signal-intercepting smart radio, head-up display and rocket propulsion.
It could also self-destruct when primed. Seen parked in front of Oxford University and driven by Bond in a transitional scene of Bond arriving at the Ministry of Defence. The World Is Not Enough. Seen parked in at the funeral of Sir Robert King. A thermal image of the DB5 briefly shown towards the end of the movie.
Aston Martin V12 Vanquish . The car is equipped with all the usual refinements, including front-firing rockets between two machine guns, hood-mounted target-seeking shotguns, spike-producing tires, again and a passenger ejector seat in homage to the original Aston Martin DB5, but used here in a clever bit of improvisation by to right the car when it has been flipped onto its roof.
The Aston was also equipped with "adaptive camouflage" — a cloaking device that allowed it to become effectively invisible at the push of a button. This vehicle was also featured in the video games Nightfire and Everything or Nothing Casino Royale.
Featured in the second Casino Royale. The DBS is rolled and destroyed during a high pursuit car chase where swerves to avoid a tied-up Vesper Lynd in the middle of the road. The DB5 is owned by a gambling villain in the Bahamas, which Bond acquires in a poker game.
It has no special modifications. A slightly darker-coloured vehicle to that featured in Casino Royale is heavily damaged after a chase at the beginning of the film in Siena , Italy. Two gadgets are shown on this vehicle, the ejector seat and two front-firing machine guns. This is the first time the machine guns have been used in action since 's Goldfinger. This car is destroyed in the climactic battle scene. Bond absconds to Rome with the vehicle.
Gadgets include a rear-facing double-barreled gun sticking out of the Aston Martin badge that Q forgot to load ammo with , a rear-facing flamethrower, and an ejection seat with parachute. Following a chase and successful ejection, Bond sinks the car in the Tiber.
The DB5 from Skyfall is found in Q's lab, in the process of being rebuilt, and is seen completed at the end of the film, to be driven from MI6 by Though the Valhalla will appear in the film, it is not clear which scene it will appear on and who will be driving it. Also in the trailer, while Bond was being shot at, it was revealed that the DB5 featured guns inside the headlights, and he shot the guys firing at him while performing doughnuts. Used as a part of General Koskov's defection and escape to Austria.
The car has a Vienna-registration, W The car is in the ownership of the Audi Museum in Ingolstadt, Germany. British Intelligence. This was the estate version of the Audi saloon See above. The car's Moroccan registration number is The car ends up flipped over and he continues his escape on a Honda motorbike.
Czechoslovak Law Enforcement. Several are engaged in pursuit and are destroyed at the hands of Bond's Aston Martin, the first is cut in half by the Aston's laser tyre shredder, the second is sunk into a frozen lake after the Aston cuts a hole in the ice, whilst another plummets from a ramp and goes through a shed.
From Russia with Love. Never Say Never Again. Live and Let Die. Bentley R-Type Continental. These two cars are in pursuit. BMW Z3 . British Secret Service. Supposedly equipped with 'Stinger' missiles and other armaments, which are never seen or used except for a deployable parachute and auto-HUD. Car is left-hand drive.
Total screen time less than two minutes. Tomorrow Never Dies. BMW iL . Loaned to Bond by Q at an Avis rental station in Germany, this car is equipped with missile launchers , caltrops , self-inflating tires and a near-impenetrable body. The BMW can be remotely controlled via a special Ericsson cell phone. During a chase inside a carpark, Bond exits the car and remotely drives it to the rooftop, sending it flying off the carpark before crash-landing into an Avis station across the street.
Cut in half by chopper after firing one shot from a surface-to-air missile SAM. Other gadgets involve a key that can summon the vehicle and a hidden remote control within the steering wheel. Diamonds Are Forever. Commandeered by Bond at the Port of Dover , after Franks is arrested.
The Spy Who Loved Me. Leyland Sherpa van. Used by Jaws posing as a telephone engineer. He subsequently tears it apart trying to thwart Bond and Anya's escape. The van's engine eventually overheats and seizes in the middle of the desert. Used by Smithers to follow Kamal Khan from Sotheby's. British Government. Appears outside the Blayden Safe House, and in the emergency response convoy shortly after Necros' attack. Agents follow Bond through Istanbul. Spectre assassin Donald "Red" Grant steals the car and uses it to follow Bond.
For Your Eyes Only. Used in major car chase, after Bond's own car - Lotus Esprit Turbo - explodes. Bond and love interest Malina Havelock are pursued by evil henchmen in Peugeot s. The chase includes a hairpin road, an olive orchard, and a village. At one point the 2CV is on its side, and is righted by hand. Bond and Havelock dispatch their pursuers with car accidents, and make their escape. The car is on display at the Orlando Auto Museum in Florida.
Strangways is shot in the vehicle by the Three Blind Mice. This was the first vehicle to feature in any James Bond film. Mr Solo is shot in the backseat by Oddjob and the vehicle is driven to a junkyard and crushed in a baling press. Note that the vehicle which is crushed is a model. Later in the film a pair a sedan and a convertible bring Bond to the airport on behalf of the U. Used by Volpe when she drives to the hotel.
As a punishment for failing to dispose of Bond, Lippe is killed in his Fairlane, which is blown up by villainess Fiona Volpe using rocket launchers mounted on her BSA motorbike. Mercury Cougar XR7. Red on Red Convertible, Driven by Tracy onto a Portuguese beach where she attempts suicide, later in a winter stock-car race on an ice-covered track to help Bond escape from Blofeld's henchmen and Irma Bund.
The highlight of the Las Vegas car chase is the Mustang balancing on two side wheels to drive through a narrow alley and mysteriously comes out of the alley on the other two wheels! After Tiffany creates a diversion in the gas station, Bond sneaks into the back of the van to gain access to the Whyte Tectronics facility.
Mister Wint and Mister Kidd. Used to transport Bond from the basement of the Whyte House out to the Nevada desert to have him buried alive in an underground pipe. Ford Galaxie sedan. Ford LTD. Several go in pursuit of Bond in the stolen moon buggy, and are destroyed or damaged in the ensuing chase through the desert. The windscreen is sprayed with paint by Bond's Lotus Esprit, the driver loses control and the car careers off a mountainside and crashes through a barn roof.
Jaws as ever walks away from the crash unscathed. A View to a Kill. Mercury Grand Marquis stretched limousine. Elliot Carver 's henchmen. Ford Fairlane. Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor. Ford Mondeo 2. The trio uses a stolen car to get from Havelock's estate to Port Antonio. Bond rents this car for the purpose of getting from Toronto to Washington. The first car driven by in a Bond movie. A speedometer close-up is actually from a Ford. Dent drives to the pier when catching the boat to Crab Key to warn Dr.
No of Bond's investigation. Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special Brougham. Various Chevrolets appear throughout the film; during the car chase down Manhattan's FDR Drive , nearly all the cars which Bond's out of control taxicab encounters are '73 Impalas and Chevelles. This is a combination of a Chevy Corvette and a Cadillac El Dorado, custom made by Dunham coaches which was known at the time for its customized pimp mobiles. It is driven in the movie by the Kananga henchmen, Whisper, who fires a poison dart from its side mirror at the driver of Bond's taxi.
Chevrolet Veraneio ambulance. Cadillac Fleetwood 75 limousine. Driven by Necros, this ambulance is only featured for a short time. During the short scene, Necros drives the ambulance from the airport terminal in Tangier across the tarmac to Koskov's plane, with the drugged Bond in the back.
Is destroyed by a rocket fired from Bond's BMW i in the chase through the multi-storey parking lot. Equipped with front grille machine guns , door panel missiles , rear mounted gattling gun and boot mounted mortars. This vehicle is on display at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.
M 's official car, used in multiple scenes throughout the movie. Last seen driven by James Bond himself, chauffeuring M. Jaguar C-X75 . Used by Mr. In the car chase, Bond sets the front end on fire by activating his DB10's flamethrower hidden in the exhaust. M 's car, destroyed in ambush set up by Ernst Stavro Blofeld 's henchmen. Range Rover Classic convertible.
Used to tow the horse box containing the Acrostar Jet. Crashes off the Rock of Gibraltar and explodes in the pre-credits sequence. Used by Bond and Milovy in their escape from the C Hercules shortly before it crashes. Used to pursue Bond through the streets of Saigon. Driven by Eve Moneypenny with James Bond in the passenger seat. Used in a car chase through Istanbul that precedes the film's opening titles. Land Rover Discovery 4. Metropolitan Police Service. Used to transport Raoul Silva whilst disguised as a police officer, to proceed to the inquiry.
It is then driven by Raoul Silva as an escape vehicle after the attack on the inquiry. Land Rover Defender Bigfoot . Range Rover Sport . Discovery Sport. Lotus Esprit S1 " Wet Nellie ". In this mode, it is equipped with anti-aircraft missiles wherein one was used to take down the chopper hovering above and XXX. This car is on display in the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.
Lotus Esprit Turbo. Two Esprits are featured in this film. The first, a white model driven by Bond in Spain , is destroyed when a thug trips its self-destruct system by breaking the driver's side window with a sticker labeled "burglar protected". The second one is a bronze model driven by Bond at a ski resort in Northern Italy. Contrary to popular belief, [ by whom? Mercedes-Benz Mercedes S. Mercedes-Benz W After the raid on Kristatos' base in Albania, Locque attempts to escape Bond in the car by driving along a cliffside road.
While driving, he is shot by Bond and loses control, resulting in the car hanging perilously off the edge. Bond kicks the car off the cliff to finish off Locque. Mercedes SE. After the tires get torn off by a stinger device, Bond drives the car on the railway tracks in pursuit of the circus train. It was subsequently hit by a train coming down the opposite line and thrown into a river. It is later seen being recovered via crane and covered in seaweed.
Mercedes S British government. Mercedes S-Class. Upon arriving in Switzerland Bond is picked up with this car. Later they use it to pursue Bond and Tracy. Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith . Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow . Aristotle Kristatos. The car in the film was owned by producer Cubby Broccoli. Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow. Valentin Zukovsky. Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith. The car, a red and black model, is driven by one of Blofeld's assistants to pick up Bond and Dr. Madeleine Swann from the train station on their way to Blofeld's compound in North Africa.
From Russia, with Love. Bond is picked up with this car at Yesilkoy airport. Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost. Rolls-Royce Phantom. The Man from Barbarossa. Bond Nobody Lives for Ever. You Only Live Twice. Used by Aki during Bond's time in Tokyo. This vehicle was unique as the GT did not have a convertible version. Due to his height, Connery could not fit in the car.
Toyota removed the roof altogether and sent two cars to the set within two weeks. Petersburg, when Bond was pursuing this car in a Russian T tank. Petersburg Police. Used to escape from San Monique's police force. The upper deck of this bus got torn off after Bond drove under a low bridge; the removed upper deck unintentionally came in useful, as a police car crashed into it and then drove into a lake.
Bond steals a buggy with a VW Beetle chassis and drives it through the Nevada terrain, throwing off the cars chasing him. Honda ATC all-terrain vehicle. BSA Lightning motorcycle. Locque drives this buggy along a beach in Italy and hits Countess Lisl von Schlaf , leaving her dead.
American LaFrance ladder truck. San Francisco Fire Department. International AEC Mammoth Major newsprint lorry. Krebs climbs onto it and cuts the ties securing the rolls of newsprint. From a View to a Kill. Serves a major role in the plot as Bond disguises himself as a despatch rider in order to get close to the enemy spy.
New Holland tractor. Dodge M43 Military Ambulance. Military ambulance hiding a laser to cut through the doors of Fort Knox. Used by Kamal Khan's men to get rid of the dead bodies. However, one of the bodies turns out to be Bond who is hiding. Land Rover 90 Lightweight. M5A1 Stuart Tank. TM5 Tank.
Used by Bond in a hovercraft-chase in the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Land Rover Station Wagon. Silver Meteor with diesel locomotive from New York to Miami. Ferrovie dello Stato. London Underground Stock. Later on, Silva blows up a section of tunnel causing another tube to crash into a subterranean space. NB: While the train is said to be the District Line in the film, the Stock never served the line in real life and filming took place at Charing Cross , a disused Jubilee Line station.
Hiller UH "Raven" helicopter. Lockheed JetStar . Auric Goldfinger helicopter with atomic bomb. Still flying today [ when? Aviation Traders Carvair. British United Air Ferries. Avro Vulcan . Two Vulcans were used for filming, XH was used for flying scenes, and XA was used for ground-based scenes. Both Vulcans were scrapped in Trailered behind his Rolls Royce he put on an entertaining stunt show, usually involving the pursuit and shooting up of a scrap car containing his assistants, posing as villains.
Ireland on June 7, Ken Wallis walked away unhurt. Kawasaki KVII. Lockheed Hercules. Bond and Tiffany Case unknowingly being pursued by Wint and Kidd fly from Amsterdam to Los Angeles with Peter Franks' corpse in the cargo hold being used to smuggle the diamonds. Stolen by Bond escaping from Kananga's henchmen in a chase through Bleaker's hangar. Several other similar aircraft are destroyed in the chase.
AMC Matador — Flying car. The Spy who Loved Me. Bond arrives to meet with the British officials in this Royal Navy helicopter. Used by Stromberg's personal pilot Naomi to pursue Bond's Lotus equipped with machine guns on the undercarriage. Bond blows it up using a missile launched from his Lotus.
Handley Page Jetstream. Lockheed L Electra. The Chaplain said sent by Universal Exports, but owned by Blofeld, as he states when remotely takes over the helicopter, "do not worry about the pilot he was one of my less useful people" Crashed in IFR weather and destroyed in England while flying too low. Bede BD5J kitbuilt mini-jet. Originally owned and flown by the Budweiser beer company, later crashed following an engine fire.
The pilot, Bob Bishop, bailed out and survived unhurt. The folding wing model seen exiting the horse-box was a mock-up. Villan Khan, and his goon Gobinda, flee with captive Octopussy in Beech 18; Bond gallops to rescue on horse, leaping to roof of plane, which he rides aloft, through stunts. Goon comes out to battle him in flight. Bond wins, rescues Octopussy in cliff-hanger finale. Airship Industries Skyship.
Eurocopter AS Ecureuil 2. Hawker Siddeley Nimrod. British Aerospace Harrier T. Fairchild C Provider. Stolen by Pam Bouvier, this plane was used by her to fly to Sanchez's Olympiatec Meditation Institute and later to fly Bond to one of the tankers during the climactic truck chase. Eurocopter MH Dolphin. Eurocopter AS Ecureuil. Used by Bond to fly to Saint Petersburg.
Equipped with a nuclear torpedo. Bond pilots the Albatros in order to fly the torpedo out of the terrorist base so that it won't be detonated by the on-route cruise missile which was launched by the Royal Navy. Bond utilizes the Albatros' weapons systems in order to facilitate his escape. Bond successfully takes off but he is followed into the air by another pilot also in an Albatros who is in pursuit of Bond and a Dog fight ensues which Bond wins. Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG Custom Eurocopter AS , equipped with giant saws that dangle from beneath the landing gear.
Originally utilized by King Industries to clear interfering forest brush, a pair are later sent to eliminate Bond. Eurocopter AS Dauphin. Bond flies back to London whilst on the run after escaping to Hong Kong. Antonov An on the outside, Ilyushin Il when they're in the plane.
It was refitted with two mockup engines on each inner pylon and external fuel tanks on the outer pylons, somewhat anachronistically resembling a B Stratofortress. This aircraft survives, permanently grounded and repainted plain white, at Dunsfold Aerodrome, England, where all the airfield action was filmed. Actually, two separate Dakotas were used in the filming.
This short sequence demanded the use of two locations, so far apart that it was considered expedient to use two aircraft. Both were stripped back to bare aluminium and made to look identical, for continuity purposes. However, Bond manages to outmanoeuver the SF.
Bombardier Challenger AgustaWestland Wildcat. MBB Bo . Marco Sciarra calls in this helicopter as an escape vehicle. Bond subsequently throws Sciarra and the pilot out and flies it himself. Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander . Used to chase Spectre agents. Loses its wings and is piloted along the ground for the last stretch of the chase. Blofeld's escape helicopter. Bond is able to disable one of its engines with small arms fire, and it crashes on Westminster Bridge.
Boeing Stratocruiser. In Goldfinger the final battle is set on-board this plane. English Electric Canberra. This is the plane that takes Bond to Sierra Leone. This is the plane that takes Red Grant from Crimea to Moscow. Diamonds Are Forever , Dr. Lockheed G Super Constellation. Lockheed L Super Constellation. Goldfinger uses this plane for air surveillance of Fort Knox.
Bond takes this plane to Canada instead of old Stratocruiser. Sud Aviation Caravelle. This is the plane that takes Bond from London to Zurich. Aerospatiale Alouette III. This is the helicopter that takes Bond to Piz Gloria. Morane-Saulnier MS. This is the plane that intercepts Helicopter bound to attack Piz Gloria . With a crew of British sailors on this naval patrol boat, Felix Leiter finds Bond and Honey adrift at sea in their escape boat and offers to rescue them - but Bond prefers to be left alone with Honey.
A cabin cruiser used as a patrol boat by Dr. No's security force to protect their employer's private island of Crab Key. This boat appears off shore and strafes the beach where Bond, Honey Ryder and Quarrel are hiding with machine gun fire.
Operated by a fearful Jamaican Captain, this rather unkempt boat provides water taxi service between Kingston, Jamaica , and Crab Key. The main rule for the operation of this boat is that it never makes the trip in daylight — but emergency conditions prompt the persistent passenger, Professor Dent, to ignore this rule at his own peril.
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