Casino Royale marked a new beginning for the Bond franchise, but tradition held firm with James Bond (Daniel Craig) driving a silver grey DBS, registration TT 378 20. The film is notable for its spectacular crash scene, as Bond swerves to avoid Vesper Lynd and barrel-rolls seven times, a stunt that broke the record for a cannon-assisted barrel roll.
GoldenEye began in a dramatic fashion, with James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) in his Aston Martin DB5 BMT 214A, engaged in a scintillating mountain road race with Xenia Onatopp's Ferrari F355, en-route to Monaco.
James Bond Goldfinger 1:36 Rolls Royce Phantom III Sedance De Ville Corgi
Auric Goldfinger (Gert Frobe), 'the man with the Midas touch', melts down gold and recasts it into parts for his Rolls-Royce in order to smuggle the bullion around the world without detection. Driven by Oddjob, his deadly Korean manservant, the car has a twelve-cylinder engine weighing over 7,000 pounds and was capable of cruising at over 100 miles an hour. The passenger compartment conceals the pull-down table where Goldfinger begrudgingly signed a £5,000 cheque to Bond - his prize for winning their game of golf!
Aston Martin's design team worked closely with the filmmakers to create the DB10 specifically for Spectre, resulting in the most exclusive Aston Martin DB series car ever. Just ten DB10 cars were designed and hand engineered at Aston's Gaydon headquarters, with eight being used during filming and the other two being used as show cars.
This special pack celebrates a relationship between James Bond and Aston Martin that has lasted for over fifty years. This pair of 1:36 scale models includes the Aston Martin DB5 and the new Aston Martin DB10, both of which appear in the latest James Bond film, Spectre. In Spectre, the 24th James Bond film, a cryptic message from the past sends Bond on a rogue mission to Mexico City and eventually on to Rome, where his new Aston Martin DB10 is involved in a high speed chase with a Jaguar C-X75 through the city’s streets and along the banks of the Tiber. As Bond ventures towards the heart of the sinister organisation known as Spectre, he learns of a chilling connection between himself and the enemy he seeks. The 1964 film Goldfinger, the third film in the James Bond series, saw 007 partnered with the stunning Aston Martin DB5 for the very first time. In the 2012 release Skyfall, the DB5 made its sixth appearance opposite Bond and it was destroyed as James Bond and M came under attack at Skyfall, his family estate and childhood home in Scotland. In Spectre the DB5 has undergone complete restoration, courtesy of Q Branch.
Corgi James Bond Models
As featured in the latest James Bond film, Spectre
Aston Martin DB5 and the new Aston Martin DB10
1:36 Scale Die-Cast
James Bond You Only Live Twice 50th Anniversary 1:36 'Little Nellie' Gyrocopter
Q delivers the film's signature gadget to Bond (Sean Connery) in southern Japan where he takes it in search of Blofeld's rocket base. When four SPECTRE helicopters swoop to attack, the 'Little Nellie' Gyrocopter comes into its own, using a fierce array of weaponry that includes front-mounted machine guns, rear mounted flamethrowers and a battery of rockets.