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Some of James Bond?s most iconic cars, boats and planes from the 007 films will go on show in a new exhibition. More than 30 of the legendary secret agent?s vehicles will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA - the largest collection of them ever displayed in the US at the same time. Along with Bond?s most famous car - the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 - highlights of the exhibition include a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? and a 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough". Bond fans will also be able to see a 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights?. The exhibition will open just in time for the release of 007?s 25th film, ?No Time to Die?. The Petersen?s executive director Terry L. Karges told Forbes: ?James Bond is an international pop culture icon and the vehicles he drives are an integral part of his character. ?The Petersen is excited to showcase so many of the series? most well-known vehicles. ?We are sure that there will be something to satisfy every generation of Bond fan.? ?Bond in Motion? will be located in the Petersen?s Mullin Family Grand Salon and runs from September 25 to October 30, 2022. Pre-purchased tickets are required and are available from petersen.org/tickets priced at $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $11 for under-17s. There will also be a special opening event on September 23, including early access to the exhibition, a curator?s talk and complimentary food and drinks. General tickets cost $60, with VIP tickets priced at $199 including access to a secret agent lounge. The exhibition is a collaboration between EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation and sponsored by DHL. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. 14 Sep 2021 Pictured: James Bond's 2019 Aston Martin DB10 from ?Spectre? will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. Photo credit: Petersen Automotive Museum/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Some of James Bond?s most iconic cars, boats and planes from the 007 films will go on show in a new exhibition. More than 30 of the legendary secret agent?s vehicles will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA - the largest collection of them ever displayed in the US at the same time. Along with Bond?s most famous car - the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 - highlights of the exhibition include a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? and a 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough". Bond fans will also be able to see a 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights?. The exhibition will open just in time for the release of 007?s 25th film, ?No Time to Die?. The Petersen?s executive director Terry L. Karges told Forbes: ?James Bond is an international pop culture icon and the vehicles he drives are an integral part of his character. ?The Petersen is excited to showcase so many of the series? most well-known vehicles. ?We are sure that there will be something to satisfy every generation of Bond fan.? ?Bond in Motion? will be located in the Petersen?s Mullin Family Grand Salon and runs from September 25 to October 30, 2022. Pre-purchased tickets are required and are available from petersen.org/tickets priced at $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $11 for under-17s. There will also be a special opening event on September 23, including early access to the exhibition, a curator?s talk and complimentary food and drinks. General tickets cost $60, with VIP tickets priced at $199 including access to a secret agent lounge. The exhibition is a collaboration between EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation and sponsored by DHL. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. 14 Sep 2021 Pictured: James Bond's 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights? will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. Photo credit: Petersen Automotive Museum/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Some of James Bond?s most iconic cars, boats and planes from the 007 films will go on show in a new exhibition. More than 30 of the legendary secret agent?s vehicles will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA - the largest collection of them ever displayed in the US at the same time. Along with Bond?s most famous car - the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 - highlights of the exhibition include a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? and a 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough". Bond fans will also be able to see a 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights?. The exhibition will open just in time for the release of 007?s 25th film, ?No Time to Die?. The Petersen?s executive director Terry L. Karges told Forbes: ?James Bond is an international pop culture icon and the vehicles he drives are an integral part of his character. ?The Petersen is excited to showcase so many of the series? most well-known vehicles. ?We are sure that there will be something to satisfy every generation of Bond fan.? ?Bond in Motion? will be located in the Petersen?s Mullin Family Grand Salon and runs from September 25 to October 30, 2022. Pre-purchased tickets are required and are available from petersen.org/tickets priced at $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $11 for under-17s. There will also be a special opening event on September 23, including early access to the exhibition, a curator?s talk and complimentary food and drinks. General tickets cost $60, with VIP tickets priced at $199 including access to a secret agent lounge. The exhibition is a collaboration between EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation and sponsored by DHL. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. 14 Sep 2021 Pictured: James Bond's 2008 Aston Martin DBS from ?Casino Royale? will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. Photo credit: Petersen Automotive Museum/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Some of James Bond?s most iconic cars, boats and planes from the 007 films will go on show in a new exhibition. More than 30 of the legendary secret agent?s vehicles will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA - the largest collection of them ever displayed in the US at the same time. Along with Bond?s most famous car - the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 - highlights of the exhibition include a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? and a 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough". Bond fans will also be able to see a 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights?. The exhibition will open just in time for the release of 007?s 25th film, ?No Time to Die?. The Petersen?s executive director Terry L. Karges told Forbes: ?James Bond is an international pop culture icon and the vehicles he drives are an integral part of his character. ?The Petersen is excited to showcase so many of the series? most well-known vehicles. ?We are sure that there will be something to satisfy every generation of Bond fan.? ?Bond in Motion? will be located in the Petersen?s Mullin Family Grand Salon and runs from September 25 to October 30, 2022. Pre-purchased tickets are required and are available from petersen.org/tickets priced at $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $11 for under-17s. There will also be a special opening event on September 23, including early access to the exhibition, a curator?s talk and complimentary food and drinks. General tickets cost $60, with VIP tickets priced at $199 including access to a secret agent lounge. The exhibition is a collaboration between EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation and sponsored by DHL. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. 14 Sep 2021 Pictured: James Bond's 2019 Aston Martin DB10 from ?Spectre? will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. Photo credit: Petersen Automotive Museum/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Some of James Bond?s most iconic cars, boats and planes from the 007 films will go on show in a new exhibition. More than 30 of the legendary secret agent?s vehicles will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA - the largest collection of them ever displayed in the US at the same time. Along with Bond?s most famous car - the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 - highlights of the exhibition include a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? and a 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough". Bond fans will also be able to see a 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights?. The exhibition will open just in time for the release of 007?s 25th film, ?No Time to Die?. The Petersen?s executive director Terry L. Karges told Forbes: ?James Bond is an international pop culture icon and the vehicles he drives are an integral part of his character. ?The Petersen is excited to showcase so many of the series? most well-known vehicles. ?We are sure that there will be something to satisfy every generation of Bond fan.? ?Bond in Motion? will be located in the Petersen?s Mullin Family Grand Salon and runs from September 25 to October 30, 2022. Pre-purchased tickets are required and are available from petersen.org/tickets priced at $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $11 for under-17s. There will also be a special opening event on September 23, including early access to the exhibition, a curator?s talk and complimentary food and drinks. General tickets cost $60, with VIP tickets priced at $199 including access to a secret agent lounge. The exhibition is a collaboration between EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation and sponsored by DHL. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. 14 Sep 2021 Pictured: James Bond's 1964 Aston Martin DB5 will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. Photo credit: Petersen Automotive Museum/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Some of James Bond?s most iconic cars, boats and planes from the 007 films will go on show in a new exhibition. More than 30 of the legendary secret agent?s vehicles will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA - the largest collection of them ever displayed in the US at the same time. Along with Bond?s most famous car - the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 - highlights of the exhibition include a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? and a 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough". Bond fans will also be able to see a 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights?. The exhibition will open just in time for the release of 007?s 25th film, ?No Time to Die?. The Petersen?s executive director Terry L. Karges told Forbes: ?James Bond is an international pop culture icon and the vehicles he drives are an integral part of his character. ?The Petersen is excited to showcase so many of the series? most well-known vehicles. ?We are sure that there will be something to satisfy every generation of Bond fan.? ?Bond in Motion? will be located in the Petersen?s Mullin Family Grand Salon and runs from September 25 to October 30, 2022. Pre-purchased tickets are required and are available from petersen.org/tickets priced at $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $11 for under-17s. There will also be a special opening event on September 23, including early access to the exhibition, a curator?s talk and complimentary food and drinks. General tickets cost $60, with VIP tickets priced at $199 including access to a secret agent lounge. The exhibition is a collaboration between EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation and sponsored by DHL. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. 14 Sep 2021 Pictured: James Bond's 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. Photo credit: Petersen Automotive Museum/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Some of James Bond?s most iconic cars, boats and planes from the 007 films will go on show in a new exhibition. More than 30 of the legendary secret agent?s vehicles will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA - the largest collection of them ever displayed in the US at the same time. Along with Bond?s most famous car - the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 - highlights of the exhibition include a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? and a 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough". Bond fans will also be able to see a 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights?. The exhibition will open just in time for the release of 007?s 25th film, ?No Time to Die?. The Petersen?s executive director Terry L. Karges told Forbes: ?James Bond is an international pop culture icon and the vehicles he drives are an integral part of his character. ?The Petersen is excited to showcase so many of the series? most well-known vehicles. ?We are sure that there will be something to satisfy every generation of Bond fan.? ?Bond in Motion? will be located in the Petersen?s Mullin Family Grand Salon and runs from September 25 to October 30, 2022. Pre-purchased tickets are required and are available from petersen.org/tickets priced at $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $11 for under-17s. There will also be a special opening event on September 23, including early access to the exhibition, a curator?s talk and complimentary food and drinks. General tickets cost $60, with VIP tickets priced at $199 including access to a secret agent lounge. The exhibition is a collaboration between EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation and sponsored by DHL. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. 14 Sep 2021 Pictured: James Bond's 1998 Jaguar XKR from ?Die Another Day? will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. Photo credit: Petersen Automotive Museum/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Some of James Bond?s most iconic cars, boats and planes from the 007 films will go on show in a new exhibition. More than 30 of the legendary secret agent?s vehicles will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA - the largest collection of them ever displayed in the US at the same time. Along with Bond?s most famous car - the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 - highlights of the exhibition include a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? and a 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough". Bond fans will also be able to see a 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights?. The exhibition will open just in time for the release of 007?s 25th film, ?No Time to Die?. The Petersen?s executive director Terry L. Karges told Forbes: ?James Bond is an international pop culture icon and the vehicles he drives are an integral part of his character. ?The Petersen is excited to showcase so many of the series? most well-known vehicles. ?We are sure that there will be something to satisfy every generation of Bond fan.? ?Bond in Motion? will be located in the Petersen?s Mullin Family Grand Salon and runs from September 25 to October 30, 2022. Pre-purchased tickets are required and are available from petersen.org/tickets priced at $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $11 for under-17s. There will also be a special opening event on September 23, including early access to the exhibition, a curator?s talk and complimentary food and drinks. General tickets cost $60, with VIP tickets priced at $199 including access to a secret agent lounge. The exhibition is a collaboration between EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation and sponsored by DHL. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. 14 Sep 2021 Pictured: James Bond's 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough? will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. Photo credit: Petersen Automotive Museum/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Some of James Bond?s most iconic cars, boats and planes from the 007 films will go on show in a new exhibition. More than 30 of the legendary secret agent?s vehicles will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA - the largest collection of them ever displayed in the US at the same time. Along with Bond?s most famous car - the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 - highlights of the exhibition include a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine from ?The Spy Who Loved Me? and a 1999 Heron XC-70 Parachute Parahawk from ?The World Is Not Enough". Bond fans will also be able to see a 1985 Aston Martin V8 from ?The Living Daylights?. The exhibition will open just in time for the release of 007?s 25th film, ?No Time to Die?. The Petersen?s executive director Terry L. Karges told Forbes: ?James Bond is an international pop culture icon and the vehicles he drives are an integral part of his character. ?The Petersen is excited to showcase so many of the series? most well-known vehicles. ?We are sure that there will be something to satisfy every generation of Bond fan.? ?Bond in Motion? will be located in the Petersen?s Mullin Family Grand Salon and runs from September 25 to October 30, 2022. Pre-purchased tickets are required and are available from petersen.org/tickets priced at $16 for adults, $14 for seniors and $11 for under-17s. There will also be a special opening event on September 23, including early access to the exhibition, a curator?s talk and complimentary food and drinks. General tickets cost $60, with VIP tickets priced at $199 including access to a secret agent lounge. The exhibition is a collaboration between EON Productions and the Ian Fleming Foundation and sponsored by DHL. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. 14 Sep 2021 Pictured: James Bond's 1998 Jaguar XKR from ?Die Another Day? will be on display at the ?Bond in Motion? exhibition at The Petersen Automotive Museum in LA. *BYLINE: Petersen Automotive Museum/Mega. Photo credit: Petersen Automotive Museum/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342