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This page houses all of the other vehicles from the James Bond films. If it doesn't appear on one of the other pages and if Bond used it, you'll find it here.

Bell Textron Jet Pack (featured in Thunderball)

Though it seems more suited to a Buck Rogers serial, the jet-pack was developed in the early 60's for short rocket-boosted flights of up to 60 seconds. One thing the film doesn't mention--after every flight the pack's nozzles glow red-hot, making any stashing in an Aston Martin's trunk extremely hazardous! Also, the stuntman doubling Sir Sean Connery was supposed to fly the jet pack without a helmet, but do to safety concerns, the stuntman was forced to wear a helmet.

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Other Vehicles - James Bond Wiki
Other Vehicles - James Bond Wiki
Sean Connery in Thunderball

Little Nellie (featured inYou Only Live Twice)

Little Nellie

This heavily armed, one-man autogyro was used by Bond when he was scanning the mountains for any trace of Blofeld's hideout. Features: missiles, machine guns, flame-throwers and air-dropped mines.

Moon Buggy (featured in Diamonds are Forever)

Bond steals this moon buggy prototype from the moon landing simulation stage at Willard Whyte's space research lab in the Nevada desert, which was turned into a secret weapon lab by Blofeld.
During the filming the crew had to change the Moon Buggy's tires as they were not suited to the terrain and kept falling off. In fact, if you look closely at one of the scenes where one of the security guard vehicles crashes while chasing the moon buggy you can see one of the buggy's wheels roll into the lower left side of the frame.
The buggy was used in a promotional tour for the movie and afterwards fell into a state of disrepair on a backlot until it was rescued and restored by the publisher of 007 Magazine. It was on display at Planet Hollywood for several years and eventually purchased at auction in 2004 by the owner of Planet Hollywood.

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Hang Glider (featured in Live and Let Die)

Bond rides this hang glider, connected by a rope to Quarrel Jr.'s boat, to get to Kananga's island. He pushes a button on the handle to signal a light that alerts Quarrel Jr. that he is disconnecting the rope.

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Hang Glider button Boat signal light hang glider

Hydrofoil "Water Bike" or "Wetbike" (featured in The Spy Who Loved Me)

Bond uses this "Wetbike" or "Water Bike" (similar to a jetski) to get from the submarine to Stromberg's Atlantis.

Hydrofoil Wetbike, Water Bike

Carlson Power Boat (Featured in Moonraker)
Q has designed this power boat especially for the Amazon. Bond takes this boat to Brazil when he's looking for a rare plant that Drax is using to create a doomsday toxin. The boat is equipped with six water mines, heat-seeking torpedo launcher, and a motorized hang-glider, just in case any waterfalls crop up.
The music used in this scene is John Barry's "007" theme, first heard in From Russia With Love. It is the last time it was heard in the film series.
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Amphibious Gondola (featured in Moonraker)

Bond uses this land-outfitted gondola while he's in Venice to evade the pursuit of Drax's men. The Amphibious Gondola appears to be a standard gondola, but has a hidden propeller, steering wheel concealed in a seat, and hovercraft capabilities that allow the gondola to travel on land. All of these features are deployed via a concealed control panel hidden an an arm rest.

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Neptune Submarine (featured in For Your Eyes Only)

Neptune Melina Havelock has inherited this submarine from her father, Sir Timothy Havelock, who was contracted by British secret services to recover the ATAC system on the Ionian seabed. Melina and Bond found the wreck of the St George with this submarine.

Acrostar Jet (featured in Octopussy)

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Alligator Boat (featured in Octopussy)

Bond rides inside this fake alligator in order to get to Octopussy's island without being detected.

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Alligator Boat

Q's Hot Air Balloon (featured in Octopussy)

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Iceberg Boat (featured in A View to a Kill)

This boat is disguised as an iceberg. Bond uses it to escape from Russia to Alaska.
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Cessna (featured in GoldenEye)

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T55 Tank (featured in GoldenEye)
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Q's "Fishing Boat" (featured in The World is not Enough)

Q claims that this unfinished mini-powerboat is the fishing boat he's working on for his retirement (is he planning to hunt down Nessie or some sort of sea monster? With such heavy weaponry, one has to wonder...).
The Q Boat is equipped with rocket propulsion, heat seeking torpedoes, a GPS tracking system, and is capable of driving on land and diving under the water. Bond uses the Q Boat to pursue the Cigar Girl after Sir Robert King was killed inside the MI6 HQ.
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