James Bond cars to be auctioned

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Anyone got the opportunity to acquire an impressive collection of cars, who starred in the film about James Bond. The current owner has a unique fleet – Deser businessman Michael, one of the partners of the notorious Donald Trump – put it on sale for $ 33 million. Deser engaged in collecting cars from James Bond is not so long ago – in 2011, but has since managed to acquire an impressive collection, which includes not only the machine. Whilst rare exhibits not a new owner, they can explore the museum, which is located in Miami. Collector sells not all available to it copies – about forty cars stored in the UK, Deser reserves currently. For each of the models for sale can say quite a lot, so the “Times”only stopped by some curious instances. The greatest representation in the list of 007 cars cars British brand Aston Martin . Among the six instances there are two legendary DB5 and several contemporary models that have appeared in recent films. For example, when you press the vanishing Aston Martin V12 Vanquish from “Die Another Day, but not now.” Delight of collectors is the presence in the collection sold car amphibious Lotus Esprit, which appeared in the film “The Spy Who Loved Me.” Immediately after filming a unique vehicle was gone from sight. The fact that the producers of the car left in a container of stock and apparently forgotten about its existence. The container was leased for 10 years, but to pick up the contents so no one came. Container without opening, sold ordinary American businessman for $ 100. When he opened it, it did not immediately realize that the slightly crumpled car, even without wheels, enrich it by a few hundred thousand dollars. There was a place and a representative of another British brands – Jaguar XKR. However, in the film “Die Another Day, but not now” it moves is not a secret agent, and his opponent. With a few heat-seeking missiles and mortars, hidden in the bowels of an elegant cabriolet body, tried in vain to destroy the villain agent. In the movie “You Only Live Twice” role played Bond car Toyota 2000 GT. This model was launched in the 1970, and in 1973 had already removed from production. During this time it was collected only 337 copies. Today it is the most expensive and rare Japanese old timer, whose value reaches half a million dollars. Another unique exhibit – the cult French model Citroen 2CV, on which 007 rolled in the film “For Your Eyes Only.”Normally this car came with a small economical engine, but filming had to be replaced by 4-liter boxer engine. The fact that the script Bond, managing 2SV had to overtake more powerful Peugeot 504s. American cars are almost never appeared in bondiane. One exception was the Ford Mustang Mach 1, which in the film “Diamonds Are Forever” Briton drove through the narrow alley sideways. The multi-year bondiane not without Soviet-made cars. In several episodes of “Octopussy” appear domestic models Lada Riva (under the same name sold in Europe VAZ-2105) and “GAS” “Volga”. These machines are also among the for sale. Besides the original models are there to sell the collection and neat copy. For example, Rolls-Royce Phantom III, who took part in the filming of the series “Goldfinger.” In addition to dozens of cars future owner will receive a collection of Soviet T-55 tank – the hero of the film “Golden Eye”, a hovercraft from the film “Die Another Day, but not now” and cutter, which cut through the Bond in the film “Live and Let Die.” And the buyer will get a motor boat, which over a 15-minute chase ran Pierce Brosnan in the movie “The World Is Not Enough”. In addition to the collection includes sold souvenirs, posters and photographs dedicated to James Bond.

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