Where is the Diamonds Are Forever Mustang?

Where is the Diamonds Are Forever Mustang?

In the 1971 movie Diamonds Are Forever, James Bond (Sean Connery) and Tiffany Case (Jill St. John) drive around Las Vegas in a red 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1. Mach 1 is a special performance option package for the Ford Mustang ‘Sportsroof’ (or ‘Fastback’).

What Mustang was in Diamonds Are Forever?

Ford Mustang Mach 1
Ford Mustang Mach 1, Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

What cars were used in Diamonds Are Forever?

Cars and trucks

Film Vehicle Owner
Diamonds Are Forever Plymouth Fury (1971) CIA
Ford Galaxie 500 (1971) Hertz
Ford Mustang Mach 1 (1971) Tiffany Case
Ford Econoline (1965) Whyte Tectronics

Where does Diamonds Are Forever take place?

Las Vegas
The story centres on Bond’s investigation of a diamond-smuggling operation that originates in the mines of Sierra Leone and runs to Las Vegas. Along the way Bond meets and falls in love with one of the members of the smuggling gang, Tiffany Case.

How much does a Aston Martin DB5 cost?

Aston Martin DB5 Values Soar In 2020, they can easily cross the $1 million mark. Unless they are one of the few original DB5 Bond movie cars from the 1960s. One of those changed hands last year for $6.4 million.

What Las Vegas hotel was used in Diamonds Are Forever?

The production shot at many Las Vegas hotel & casino properties, including The Riviera, Tropicana Las Vegas, Landmark Hotel & Casino, Dunes Hotel, International Hotel (now known as the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino), Las Vegas Hilton, and Circus Circus Las Vegas. The production also filmed at: Black Rock Desert.

Who built Gone in 60 Seconds Eleanor?

The Eleanor in this movie was a gorgeous 1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT 500 fastback and the hero cars came built by hot-rod legend Chip Foose with Steven Stanford.

How many Aston Martin DB5 still exist?

Actually, they would have built you one if you were in the right place at the right time last year. Now all 25 of these Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Continuation cars have been sold, with the first one rolling off the assembly line last week.