Bond Cars Are Forever

Film fans are beside themselves with excitement with the news Daniel Craig will be returning as 007 in the untitled 25th James Bond film. If that’s not all, the follow-up to `Spectre` will be directed by Danny Boyle, the Oscar-winning director of `Slumdog Millionaire` and `Trainspotting`. Cinema-goers are now counting down the days to the movie’s November 2019 release date.

Fans will then lose themselves in the classic elements of a Bond movie we have come to know and love. Ranging from the evil megalomaniacal villain with a plan for world domination to the alluring leading lady with a slightly suggestive name. However, for many people, especially petrol heads, the best, most exciting thing about a new Bond movie is checking out which cool car will he be driving. When people think of Bond, there is usually one model which springs to mind, the Aston Martin. It has appeared in 12 of the movies but didn’t make its debut until the third in the series `Goldfinger`.

In the first two films `Dr No` and `From Russia With Love`, as well as the books, Bond drove a Bentley. But it was in `Goldfinger` that he was behind the wheel of the 1963 Aston Martin DB5, with its famous ejector seat and a license plate which read "BMT 216A. Interestingly, when Pierce Brosnan first played Bond in `Goldeneye`, he drove the 1964 Aston Martin DB5, where the license number was BMT 214A.

One of the most famous cars in the Bond films was the Lotus Esprit, the white sports car which converted into a submarine, driven by Roger Moore in `The Spy Who Loved Me`. It was one of the vehicles designed by Q, the genius inventor who equipped Bond with all his gadgets, which got him out of trouble on more than one occasion.

If you are having car trouble, have lost your keys, or they have been broken or stolen, then you don’t have to call in Q branch for help. We at Cheap Car Key Scotland can cut replacement keys for several models of cars which have appeared in Bond movies, from an Audi, BMW and Citroen, to a Ford, Rover or Mercedes-Benz, to name but a few.

So, if you are a motorist in need of a replacement car key, don’t be left shaken and stirred. Just get in touch with Cheap Car Keys Glasgow, Scotland and we will come to the rescue. We will come to your aid wherever you may be, if at home, work or out on the road. If you need assistance, give us a call on 07549 558 532 or visit us online. You will find the relevant information on our website. It is not for your eyes only.