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A film clip shows Sean Connery driving the Aston Martin DB5 in the James Bond movie Goldfinger at the opening of the Bond in Motion 50 vehicles in 50 years exhibition at the National Motor Museum in Beailieu, near Southampton, England. AP photo
1/14A film clip shows Sean Connery driving the Aston Martin DB5 in the James Bond movie Goldfinger at the opening of the Bond in Motion 50 vehicles in 50 years exhibition at the National Motor Museum in Beailieu, near Southampton, England. AP photo
People look at a damaged Aston Martin DBS used in the 2006 James Bond film Casino Royale at the opening of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in Hampshire. AFP photo
2/14People look at a damaged Aston Martin DBS used in the 2006 James Bond film Casino Royale at the opening of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in Hampshire. AFP photo
Kenneth Wallis poses for photographers with his invention, Little Nellie, at the opening of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
3/14Kenneth Wallis poses for photographers with his invention, Little Nellie, at the opening of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
A woman looks at the ANC Hornet from the 1974 James Bond film The Man With The Golden Gun on display at the the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
4/14A woman looks at the ANC Hornet from the 1974 James Bond film The Man With The Golden Gun on display at the the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
Visitors look at the Ford Mustang Mach 1, featured in the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever, at the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
5/14Visitors look at the Ford Mustang Mach 1, featured in the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever, at the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
A boy takes a photograph of a Citroen 2CV, which is believed to be the only 1 of 6 remaining from the filming of the 1981 Bond film For Your Eyes Only, on display at the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum in Hampshire. AFP photo
6/14A boy takes a photograph of a Citroen 2CV, which is believed to be the only 1 of 6 remaining from the filming of the 1981 Bond film For Your Eyes Only, on display at the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum in Hampshire. AFP photo
The BMW Z8 (L) from the 1999 James Bond film The World Is Not Enough is parked next to the Ford Thurderbird used in the 2002 Bond film Die Another Day at the Bond in Motion exhibition in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
7/14The BMW Z8 (L) from the 1999 James Bond film The World Is Not Enough is parked next to the Ford Thurderbird used in the 2002 Bond film Die Another Day at the Bond in Motion exhibition in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
A man photographs the Glastron GT-150 Jump Boat from the 1973 Bond film Live And Let Die with the BMW 750iL from the 1997 film Tomorrow Never Dies at the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in Hampshire. AFP photo
8/14A man photographs the Glastron GT-150 Jump Boat from the 1973 Bond film Live And Let Die with the BMW 750iL from the 1997 film Tomorrow Never Dies at the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in Hampshire. AFP photo
A man photographs a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow 2 at the opening of a press preview of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
9/14A man photographs a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow 2 at the opening of a press preview of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
A Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II which featured in the James Bond movie A View To A Kill is seen at the opening of the Bond in Motion 50 vehicles in 50 years exhibition at the National Motor Museum near Southampton, England. AP Photo
10/14A Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II which featured in the James Bond movie A View To A Kill is seen at the opening of the Bond in Motion 50 vehicles in 50 years exhibition at the National Motor Museum near Southampton, England. AP Photo
British actor Colin Salmon poses next to a crashed Aston Martin DBS on display at the opening of a press preview of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
11/14British actor Colin Salmon poses next to a crashed Aston Martin DBS on display at the opening of a press preview of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
(L-R) Hon Ralph Montagu, Eunice Gayson, Britt Ekland, Jenny Hanley and Madeline Smith at the opening of a press preview of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst, Hampshire. AFP photo
12/14(L-R) Hon Ralph Montagu, Eunice Gayson, Britt Ekland, Jenny Hanley and Madeline Smith at the opening of a press preview of the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst, Hampshire. AFP photo
Swedish actress Britt Ekland poses on the Aston Martin DB5 car used in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger on display at the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
13/14Swedish actress Britt Ekland poses on the Aston Martin DB5 car used in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger on display at the Bond in Motion exhibition at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum at Brockenhurst in the southern English county of Hampshire. AFP photo
A detail of the green Jaguar XKR Convertible, that was used in the James Bond movie Die Another Day, showing the side pod rockets at the opening of the Bond in Motion 50 vehicles in 50 years exhibition at the National Motor Museum in Beailieu, near Southampton, England. AP Photo
14/14A detail of the green Jaguar XKR Convertible, that was used in the James Bond movie Die Another Day, showing the side pod rockets at the opening of the Bond in Motion 50 vehicles in 50 years exhibition at the National Motor Museum in Beailieu, near Southampton, England. AP Photo
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