One of the Defender, Range Rover and Jaguar models Dying Can Wait (No Time to Die) will be among the lots to be sold to celebrate 60 years of James Bond films.
Two Defenders and a Range Rover Sport SVR will be offered, starting with the Defender 110 (estimate: £300,000-500,000) popular for its off-road adventures in the country. Dying can wait (No Time to Die). The sale will benefit the British Red Cross. The recommended part has the registration VIN 007 (VIN is an abbreviation of vehicle identification number, or registration in English). This defender, one of ten used in filming, was also used during publicity before the film was made.
Defender 110 V8 Warranty Edition, designed by SV Bespoke and inspired by the characteristics of the Defender Dying can wait (No Time to Die), will also be offered (estimate: £200,000-300,000). Only 300 copies of the Warranty Edition were made worldwide and this one has the “60 Years Warranty” logo engraved on the dashboard. This car is a British special, usually converted to homologation, and is being sold for the benefit of a charity fund teeth storage.
The Range Rover Sport SVR (estimate £80,000-120,000) also featured in off-road pursuits. Dying Can Wait (No Time to Die) and is one of the six copies used for recording.
Chosen by the stunt team of Dying Can Wait (No Time to Die) as a suitable car for a car chase, the Jaguar XF (estimate £50,000-70,000) is one of two cars that appear in the film’s pre-credits sequence.
Official charity sale, in two parts, Sixty years of James Bond, it will feature 60 votes in total. The online sale which will be open from September 15 to James Bond Day, on October 5, it will present 35 votes that will cover all 25 films. The
A used Defender, Range Rover and Jaguar are among the 25 lots offered at a public sale organized by Christie’s and EON Productions in London on September 28 by invitation only. Fans and collectors around the world will be able to bid online using Christie’s Live.