Iconic Cars From James Bond Films Go On Show This Year
Posted on , by Nick Preston
Many of the famous iconic cars featured in James Bond films will be on display for nearly all of 2012.
Iconic vehicles such as the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger, Lotus Espirit S1 from the Spy Who Loved Me and BMW 750i from Tomorrow Never Dies will go on show at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu in Hampshire.
These fantastic cars will be on display to the public from January 18th 2012 till the end of the year.
The public will also get to see a Bede Acrostar mini jet which was flown in the 007 film Ocotopussy.
The exhibition will also show off various other devices used in the 007 movies, including the cello case ski navigated by Timothy Dalton when he played Bond in The Living Daylights.
This exhibition marks two anniversaries – 50 years of Bond films and 40 years of the Beaulieu museum.
The museum has a collection of more than 250 vehicles telling the story of motoring on Britain’s roads.
The collection includes racing cars, modern rally cars and the latest Formula 1 machines as well as world land speed record breakers and family cars from every motoring era.