The Cars of Sir Roger Moore as James Bond

The Cars of Sir Roger Moore as James Bond

With the sad news of Sir Roger Moore’s passing, we’re celebrating the legendary actor’s life, best known for his role as the James Bond. And what is Bond known for? Beautiful women, of course, and flash cars!

Sir Roger Moore was the only Bond not to drive the Aston Martin the films have become known for. In fact, despite being the longest serving and best loved James Bond, this 007 got the raw end of the deal with the motors he was handed. In the car collection across his seven films, it’s estimated that he managed to rack up just £193,000 in car value.

Moore could be found dashing around in models such as the AMC Hornet (value: £2,000) and the Renault 11 Turbo in A View To Kill (value: £1,000). His most classy chassis appeared in Moonraker when he took a spin in a 1953 Bentley Mark IV (value: £120k).

It’s much harder to look cool when you’re cruising round in a Renault, than it is in a Bentley, but he pulled it off to perfection.

The Cars of Sir Roger Moore as James Bond

Live & Let Die (1973)

Chevrolet Impala – £20,000

The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)

AMC Hornet – £2,000

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

Lotus Esprit S1 – £15,000

Moonraker (1979)

1953 Bentley Mark VI – £120,000

For Your Eyes Only (1981)

Lotus Esprit Turbo – £25,000

Octopussy (1983)

Alfa Romeo GTV6 – £10,000

A View to Kill (1985)

Renault 11 Turbo – £1,000

What was your favourite 007 car from Sir Roger Moore’s films? Comment below.

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