Aston Martins, Land Rovers and Jaguars used in the filming of “Dying Can Wait”, the latest part of the James Bond adventure, will be auctioned on September 28, 2022, among other items from the feature film, for 60. years of the saga of the film.
Death can wait25th and the last opus in the movie saga date James bond released in October 2021, it had a number of amazing cars in its lineup. Some of them are about to be auctioned by Christie’s in collaboration with the production company EON, for charity purposes, among other items used on the film set. This sale will celebrate 60 yearsth commemorating the James Bond years in cinema.
Get yourself a James Bond DB5
Aston Martin has always been the star car brand of the world Jump, and three cars from the manufacturer with a new winged logo are among the lot. One of them is classic as it is a recent DBS Superleggera with details of a limited edition sold in 25 copies for the film release, except that it has a plate signed by actress Lashana Lynch, producer Barbara Broccoli and producer Michael. G. Wilson. Estimated between £300,000 and £400,000 (€357,000 to €476,000). It’s also very real, a 1981 V8 modified by Aston Martin to look exactly like the one in the movie. Killing is not playing from 1987 estimated at between £500,000 and £700,000 (€596,000 to €834,000).
But The four-wheel speedboat in the sale is probably a copy of the DB5 used for stunts, especially the chase that takes place in Italy at the beginning of the film. Stripped down, the car is equipped with safety equipment, multi-branded graphics and a few accessories such as light guns, powered by a 3.2L six-cylinder engine. It is estimated at between 1.5 and 2 million pounds (1.8 to 2.4 million euros).
Land Rovers and Jaguars in the cast
Land Rover was also well represented inside Death can waitand it is also in this sale. A pre-production six-cylinder Defender 110, which was used for a spectacular photo shoot while the model was not yet sold, it is listed with an estimate of between £300,000 and £500,000 (€357,000 to €596,000). A Range Rover Sport SVR used in the same sequence, unmarked by filming, is also among the lot. Estimated between £80,000 and £120,000 (€95,000 to €143,000). A limited edition Bond Defender V8, in standard configuration and not used in the film, is also up for sale and is expected to fetch between £200,000 and £300,000 (€238,000 to €357,000).
Finally, the Jaguar XF used by the “bad guys” in the introduction of Death can wait also for sale, and estimated at between £50,000 and £70,000 (€60,000 to €83,000). The list of lots also includes clothing, watches, photo shoots but also a boat The world is not enough and even stayed at Fleming’s mansion in Jamaica. The sale will take place on September 28, 2022 at of Christie in London and will also be available online.