Rolls-Royce

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In the movie Octopussy (1983), villain Kamal Khan (Louis Jordan) drives a black Rolls-Royce Phantom II. This 1934 Phantom II, chassis number 181 RY, engine number TT 65, was and still is owned by the Maharaja of Udaipur (where the movie was filmed).

In the movie the licence plate reads KAM 1. The real licence plate is RSY 1.

Sir Ken Adam 1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I for sale

A white Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I, previously owned by James Bond production designer Sir Ken Adam, is currently offered for sale at Cheshire Classic Cars in the UK for £299,995. Sir Ken owned the car for 40 years, from 1975 until 2015.

Rolls-Royce 103EX Blofeld's next car

As a part of the BMW Vision Next 100 project, Rolls-Royce revealed the 103EX, a look at the future of luxury mobility. Bond Lifestyle explores the history of Rolls-Royce and Bond and travelled to the Roundhouse in London to take a closer look at the Vision Next 100 futuristic limousine to see if it's fit for a villain!

The Cars of SPECTRE at Bond In Motion

The successful Bond In Motion exhibition at the Film Museum in London added screen used SPECTRE vehicles and props to their impressive collection.

James Bond Club Switzerland organises Goldfinger Reloaded event

On September 13th 2014, the James Bond Club Switzerland hosts an exclusive event "Goldfinger Reloaded" to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the movie Goldfinger on the original movie locations in Andermatt, Realp and Furkapass in Switzerland.

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In the movie A View To A Kill (1985), James Bond (Roger Moore) is driven around in a 1962 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II by Sir Godfrey Tibbett (played by Patrick Macnee).

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Auric Goldfinger (Gert Fröbe) owns a black and yellow Rolls-Royce in the movie Goldfinger (1964). The Rolls-Royce driven by Goldfinger and his henchman Oddjob (Harold Sakata) is a Rolls-Royce Phantom III Sedanca de Ville by Coachbuilder Barker, Chassis Number #3BU168. It was originally custom-built for Lord Fairhaven of Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire in 1937.

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The Peninsula Hong Kong hotel appears in The Man With The Golden Gun (1974). In the film, James Bond (Roger Moore) follows Bond girl Andrea Anders (Maud Adams) from Macau to Hong Kong, where she's picked up by one of the hotel's "Peninsula-green" Rolls-Royces.

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Both the Château de Chantilly and the Great Stables were featured prominently in the Bond movie A View to a Kill (1985), as the estate of evil Max Zorin (played by Christopher Walken). Max Zorin organises his annual horse sale here and Bond (Roger Moore), together with Sir Godfrey Tibbett (Patrick Macnee), a horse trainer, infiltrate the event.

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James Bond's Lotus from The Spy Who Loved Me and registration number 'AU1' from Goldfinger to appear at auction

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