James Bond car exhibition moving to London

The London Film Museum is set to be home to the Bond in Motion exhibition, the largest official collection of James Bond vehicles, following its successful two year stint at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu that just finished in January.


The exhibition, located in Covent Garden, is scheduled to open on 21st March 2014 and will be open seven days a week. It includes the Aston Martin DB5 that apeared in Goldeneye, and Lotus Esprit Turbo from The Spy Who Loved Me and cars, models and props from all the other 007 films.

Source: BBC

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