Bid for Bond, 007 charity auction at Christie’s | Land Rover


We wrote a couple of particular, limited-edition model of the Land Rover Defender V8 Bond Version some time in the past, accessible in both 90 or 2-door SWB or 110 4-door LWB model, with solely 300 models made amongst each physique kinds and an MSRP that begins at US $114,600, these SV Bespoke constructed Defenders look nice and are immediately impressed by the precise vehicles used within the No Time To Die film, full with black stealth appears to be like, however with particular 007 badges and puddle lights. Finbar McFall, Land Rover Model Director, stated: “The Land Rover Defender V8 Bond Version is an unique tackle probably the most highly effective manufacturing Defender ever made, impressed by automobiles on display in No Time To Die. It represents a gathering of two nice British manufacturers and is a singular celebration of Land Rover’s 38-year affiliation with James Bond.”

However now issues get much more fascinating … everyone knows that screen-used film vehicles can go for some severe cash, and in late September 2022, well-known public sale home Christie’s will host ‘Bid for Bond’, which amongst different objects from the newest No Time To Die film, will characteristic the precise Land Rover Defender, Vary Rover SVR, and Jaguar XF stunt vehicles from the film in a charity public sale to mark 60 years of James Bond movies, and the very particular Defender 110 really comes with chassis quantity 007, which was used within the motion scenes of this film, it simply doesn’t get any higher for James Bond collectors.

It is possible for you to to see these vehicles in actual life throughout a pre-sale exhibition at Christie’s Headquarters in London, the UK, from September 15 proper as much as the public sale date on September 28, throughout which the official two-part charity sale aptly referred to as Sixty Years of James Bond, 60 heaps in whole are being provided. Within the first half, the net sale, be open for bidding from 15 September till James Bond Day on 5 October, there would be the first sequence of 35 heaps spanning the twenty-five movies with posters, props, costumes, memorabilia, and experiences. The second half is the precise dwell public sale held by Christie’s and EON Productions in London on 28 September, which may be attended by invitation solely, and among the many remaining 25 heaps would be the Defender, Vary Rover, and Jaguar stunt vehicles.

Nick Collins, Govt Director Automobile Programmes, Jaguar Land Rover, stated: “Defender, Vary Rover and Jaguar have been within the thick of the motion in No Time To Die. Every automotive represents a singular piece of James Bond historical past which we’re certain collectors might be eager to personal and we’re delighted to have the ability to assist our charity companions by their sale. With such excessive demand for the Defender V8 Bond Version, we’re additionally hoping this particular one-off model with the 60 years of Bond emblem will entice a eager purchaser.”

The Defender 110 that turned well-known from the all-terrain stunt scenes in No Time To Die is estimated between £300,000 to £500,000 (US$ 365,000 to $ 605,000), the proceeds of this particular automotive will go to the British Pink Cross, chassis 007 is considered one of 10 Defender that have been used for the film, this very automotive was additionally the promo car forward of the discharge, however there’s additionally a second Defender listed for public sale, this time considered one of solely 300 V8 Bond Version fashions, however this one comes with a twist: a singular ‘60 Years of Bond’ emblem etched on the instrument panel finish cap. This car is UK specification, is totally street authorized, and might be offered to learn conservation charity Tusk, this black V8 comes with an estimate between £200,000 and £300,000 ($240,000 to $365,000).

Land Rover additionally provided a complete of six Vary Rover Sport SVR for No Time To Die, considered one of these stunt vehicles may even go below the hammer throughout this Christie’s occasion, this one comes with an estimate between £80,000 and £120,000 ($100,000 to $145,000), and at last, there’s considered one of two Jaguar XF that was seen on the very begin of the film, when James Bond (Daniel Craig) and Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) have been being pursued by the slim, twisting streets of Matera in southern Italy, this sedan comes with an estimate of £50,000 to £70,000 ($60,000 to $85,000).

Simply in case these vehicles are a bit of out of your attain, or you’re extra desirous about different film memorabilia from this newest Bond iteration, the dwell sale may even supply watches, costumes, and props related to the twenty fifth movie No Time To Die with the ultimate six heaps provided to rejoice every of the six James Bonds, the net sale might be open for bidding from 15 September till James Bond Day on 5 October presenting 35 heaps spanning the twenty-five movies with posters, props, watches, costumes, memorabilia, and experiences.

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