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Bond In Motion displayed at Saratoga Automobile Museum

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2022-11-04
Bond In Motion Saratoga Automobile Museum
Bond In Motion is coming to the Saratoga Automobile Museum in New York. Iconic vehicles and props from 60 years of James Bond movies will be on display from 17th November 2022 for museum members, and will be officially open to the public on 18th November.

In total, 23 iconic vehicles and props from the 007 franchise will be on display at this Bond In Motion exhibit. 15 of the vehicles comes from The Ian Fleming Foundation collection of original vehicles from the films.

Trivia:


James Bond visited Saratoga Springs in Ian Fleming's novel Diamonds are Forever originally published in 1956.

Saratoga Automobile Museum presents Bond In Motion:



This is the fourth Bond In Motion exhibition, following shows in London, the recent ones at Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles and Bond In Motion – No Time To Die at the National Motor Museum in the UK.

Tickets will soon be available on the Saratoga Automobile Museum website.

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