• Feb 24, 2014
In 2011 Miami real estate investor Michael Dezer bought dozens of cars used in the James Bond films from the Bond Museum in Keswick, England. Since then, he's added to the trove which now stands at 59 cars, as well as motorcycles, boats, jetskis, tanks and thousands of photos, posters and memorabilia. It is the largest collection of 007 cars in the world, and Dezer has put it up for sale for 20 million pounds ($33.25M US) - the caveat is that you have to buy the entire collection.

But what a collection it is. Among the six Aston Martins are the DB5 from Goldeneye, the Vanquish from Die Another Day and both V8s from The Living Daylights. There is also the Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me - not the Esprit submarine that Elon Musk bought last year at auction, but the pre-dive roadgoing car. The new owner of the collection will keep things up to date with the Audi A5 and the Land Rover Defender 110 from the opening scene of Skyfall, and properly varied with the dragon tank from Dr. No, the Fairey Huntress yacht in From Russia with Love, and the chopped-in-half Renault 11 from A View to a Kill.

An agency in the UK is handling the sale. We will now leave you to handle the money transfer from your people in Liechtenstein.


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      RetrogradE
      • 10 Months Ago
      Yes! Bond cars! For people who have more money than sense. . .
      parker_wills
      • 1 Month Ago *Edited*
      Oh man!! I wonder from wherethey get these stuffs from and I can't wait to afford one for my new home at <a href=” http://www.newpropertylaunch.biz/guillemard-suites-development/ “>Guillemard suites</a>!!

      !!

      BRUCE
      • 9 Months Ago
      I would take that Austin Healy over any of the two batmobiles (60s and present day), hands down. Nobody will ever best Bond...James Bond. I would almost like to see a comeback of Bond Movies, but they would just crap them up with computerized special effects and ruin them like they have done with so many other old classics.
        mjmjupiter
        • 9 Months Ago
        @BRUCE
        Hey Bruce, it's an Aston Martin.
          customcarry1911
          • 9 Months Ago
          @mjmjupiter
          To those who may be interested, the only car 007 owned was a 1931 Bentley Type II with custom Mulliner coachwork (to do away with the enormous boot) and blower, maintained by a retired mechanic from the Crewe works. Q Branch never issued a car to Bond.
      savannahswithgod
      • 9 Months Ago
      Man I am going to have to bust up the old Piggy Bank and go get a Bond car. He did have a F-40 Ferrari didn't he? If not will have to wait til the Pope has a sell. Let's see, those nickels there makes, 3 dollars. I'm coming Bond, Pope!
      • 9 Months Ago
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      cangelo629
      • 9 Months Ago
      The Money involved is cheap by James Bond Standards......Spectra would love to get their hands on that collection.......
      bootsnchaps60
      • 10 Months Ago
      I'll take the AMC Hornet hatchback.
      Teleny411
      • 9 Months Ago
      I will buy them all. For ONE MILLION DOLLARS!
      Pete
      • 9 Months Ago
      Boy! This is exciting. To have things of this ilk in my stables is tantamount to owning the air that Elizabeth Taylor breathed. I'll go cache a few bonds and revel forever. Of course the world burning up and the dead rising and pointing a bony finger at our sins may interrupt the joy of the moment, but that is such a small price to pay for being bonded---which is simply a guarantee to appear at the judgment.
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