Over the years we've seen cars from the action-packed James Bond series hit the auction block.
Hell, we've even seen the Lotus submarine get sold to Elon Musk.
But in an incredibly rare opportunity, what we believe is the largest collection of James Bond cars is up for sale. Of course, it'll cost you. According to reports the collection is up for grabs for a staggering $33 million bucks. Note I didn't say you could acquire certain cars. In this situation the owner, Michael Dezer, is offering the collection as an "all or nothing" transaction.
If you've ever dreamed of owning an Aston Martin DB5 and a Russian T-55 tank, look no further.
What makes this 59-car deep collection unique is that it features a wide variety of vehicles from the series' filmography and, in addition, also features a couple of replicas and cars that didn't make the films.
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The world’s largest collection of vehicles from 007 movies, including six Aston Martins and the iconic amphibious Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me, has been put up for sale for an eye-popping £20 million, or about $33 million.
Miami-based real estate mogul and Donald Trump associate Michael Dezer, owner of one of the world’s greatest car collections, is de-accessioning the iconic vehicles via an agency in the UK, the London Express reports...