Although more than one unit is available – up to 10 depending on the model – we recently learned that the Defender, Range Rover and Jaguar from the James Bond movie No Time to Die will be up for auction. Celebrating the 60th Anniversary of Famous Secret Agent Movies.
specific Two Defenders and a Range Rover Sport SVR . will be presented. In the case of the Defender 110 famous for its exciting off-road scenes, selling it would benefit the British Red Cross. The auction piece contains the unique VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) 007. One of the ten defenders used during filming, it was also used in promotional activities prior to the movie’s release.
a Defender 110 V8 Bond EditionCreated by SV detailed Inspired by the Defenders specifications from No Time To Die, it will also be auctioned. Only 300 units of the Bond Edition have been made available worldwide, and this edition has the unique “60 Years of Bond” logo engraved on the instrument panel. This car is British spec, is completely road legal, and will be sold for the Tusk Charitable Trust.
The Range Rover Sport SVR He also starred in a high-speed off-road chase No Time to Die and was one of six made available for filming.
The Jaguar XF of the two was chosen by the No Time To Die team as the perfect chase car, as it appeared in the film’s pre-credits sequence that chased James Bond and Madeleine Swan through the narrow, winding streets of Matera in southern Italy.
The sale will run from September 15th until James Bond Day on October 5th. A total of 35 items covering all 25 films with posters, props, costumes, memorabilia and experiences will be auctioned off.
Cars are among 25 items to be auctioned Kristi and EON Productions in London on September 28.
source | Jaguar Land Rover
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