007 Bond Car

The Rarest and Most Popular 007 Bond Cars on Britain’s Roads

18. Ford Mustang Convertible

Ford Mustang Convertible
Source: Bonhams

Film: Goldfinger, 1974

Current Value: £33,700

Number registered in Britain: 298

19. Lotus Esprit S1 “Wet Nellie”

Lotus Esprit S1 "Wet Nellie"
Source: Bonhams

Film: The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977

Current Value: £30,300

Number registered in Britain: 264

20. 1961 Chevorolet Impala Sedan

1961 Chevorolet Impala Sedan

Film: Dr No, 1962

Current Value: £27,300

Number registered in Britain: 158

What is the Most Common Bond Car on the UK Road?

The good news is that you do not need to be swimming in money to afford a 007 car. The most common Bond car currently licensed in the vehicle database in Britain is the Triumph Stag which has around 5,700 cars registered.

Triumph Stag
Source: Bonhams

The car was seen used by Peter Franks in Diamonds Are Forever (1971), where 007 commandeered it at the Port of Dover, following Franks’ arrest. The British convertible, which Giovanni Michelotti designed, is worth a respectable £20,500. 

[Source: Hagerty/ Feature Image: Aston Martin]