James Bond's gadget-laden Lotus Esprit driven by Roger Moore in the, Spy Who Loved Me, and a replica Ferrari stolen and steered by Matthew Broderick in Ferris Bueller's, Day Off, are up for auction.
Moore's sports car is the only one of its type and is special because it is also a working
The 1964 Aston Martin DB5, made famous in the James Bond movies Goldfinger and Thunderball which featured Scottish actor Sean Connery, is displayed for the first time since a total restoration at the Transport Museum in Luzern. Reuters file photo
submarine, the Age reported.
The car has been listed for sale through RM Auctions and will go under the hammer in September.
Meanwhile, a replica of Ferrari, which has a 7.0-litre Ford V8 that was installed as part of a 10-year restoration project, will go to auction in August.
Its suspension was rebuilt following damage during filming for scenes that saw the car fly into the air before crashing to earth.
The Bond-mobile and Bueller's ride are the latest famous movie cars to hit the auction trail.