Have $33 million and some change lying around? Then have we got a way for you to spend it!
Real estate developer and noted car collector Michael Dezer is selling off his collection of 59 James Bond vehicles -- everything from the Ford Mustang Mach 1, famously driven on two wheels by 007 himself in the film "Diamonds Are Forever" (1971), to the Russian T-55 tank used in "Goldeneye" (1995).
If you're not a multimillionaire, you won't be able to get your hands on any of these vehicles. British news site Express writes that the fleet of cars must be purchased together; picking and choosing will not be allowed.
Here are some of our favorite Bond vehicles from Dezer’s $33 million Miami, Fla., collection:
After Bond drove the BMW Z3 in a brief, gadget-free scene in "GoldenEye" (1995), BMW pulled out all the stops for the V12 750iL in "Tomorrow Never Dies"
(1997). With remote control (via Bond's cell phone), rocket launchers in the sunroof and spikes that Bond could drop from the car's rear bumper to obliterate the tires of his enemies, the stately 750iL was a significantly cooler Bond car than the sporty Z3. Plus, the movie car was retrofitted with a hood-mounted badge that could rise up and slice through a steel cable.
With only two Bond films under his belt, it's easy to forget Timothy Dalton's impact on the Bond franchise. But it's hard to forget the gadget-laden Aston Martin V8
he took the wheel of in "The Living Daylights" (1987). Dezer's 59-car collection boasts a V8, complete with outrigger skis
. No word if the V8's other toys from the film, like its laser beam wheel centers or rear-mounted rocket motor, are fitted on the car being offered in the Dezer collection.
To see the list of all 59 vehicles, head over to Express.