The 1964 Ford Country Squire is on e of the vehicles seen in 1964 spy-action film “Goldfinger”, the third film in James Bond series. 1964 Ford Country Squire brings 007 from the Airport to Goldfinger’s farm.
The 1964 Ford Falcon Ranchero is one of vehicles seen in 1964 spy action film “Goldfinger”, the third movie in James Bond Film Series. Ford Falcon Ranchero brings mr Solo and his gold after meeting with press – packed in Lincoln Continental – back to Goldfinger’s ranch.
In 1964 spy action film “Goldfinger” a black Lincoln Continental Four Door Sedan was used by Goldfingers henchman Oddjob. The car ended up crushed into a square with mr Solo and the gold inside. The full name of the car model is 1964 Lincoln Continental Four Door Sedan 53A.
Another one spy car with spy gadgets from 1964 spy film “Goldfinger” is a 1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible 76A. Felix Leiter and his CIA colleague used that car and have a radar screen in their car to track Bond’s homing device.
In the Aston Martin chase from “Goldfinger” (1964) the third movie of James Bond film series, 007 was pursued by Goldfinger’s Chinese henchmen in three 1956 Mercedes-Benz 220S W180.010, two black and one grey which Oddjob rides in.
What cars were filmed in “Goldfinger” (1964), the third spy movie of the James Bond series? If you are interested to know about every vehicle brand and it’s models seen in iconic 007 film “Goldfinger” this post may be very informative to you. Enjoy!
In 1964, more than 20 years after the end of production Rolls-Royce Phantom III, the villainous Auric Goldfinger played by Gert Frobe drove an excellently preserved black and yellow Phantom III (Chassis Number #3BU168 Sedanca de Ville by Coachbuilder Barker), knowing that its great strength would be able to hold the weight of the vast…
The first appearance by a Ford Mustang in a motion picture. Filmed before the car was introduced. It was in 1964 “Goldfinger” the third film of James Bond Series. This car driven by Tilly Masterson’s character.
The 1963 Aston Martin DB5 this is the greatest James Bond car of all time. This is the standard against which all spy, movie and TV cars are judged.
Was Aston Martin a famous brand of cars before the James Bond movie “Goldfinger”? Why? Quotes from site www.quora.com