The 10 Greatest Bond Cars of All Time [SLIDESHOW]

OCTOBER 23, 2015

For over 53 years, Bond, James Bond, has been thrilling audiences with his debonair savoir faire and devil-may-care approach to saving the world from diabolical super villains time and again. With each cinematic installment, anticipation over the opening action sequence is matched only by the question of what car agent 007 will be driving. From the Sunbeam Alpine driven by Sean Connery in the title role for 1962’s Dr. No to the specially made Aston Martin DB10 soon to premiere, each vehicle is the mechanical manifestation of the man. In honor of the November 6 release of Spectre (see the best Tom Ford styles from the new movie), we at RobbReport.com present our favorite Bond cars of films past—ones that have left us both shaken and stirred.

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