The Bond men and their cars
Bond girls are sometimes treacherous, trusted colleagues are sometimes traitorous, but 007's wheels never let him -- or audiences -- down.
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By Blake Hennon
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"On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (1969)
An Aston Martin DBS figures in what may be the most tragic scene in a 007 film. James Bond (George Lazenby) and his bride Tracy (Diana Rigg) are parked on the roadside after their wedding when they're shot at by henchwoman Irma Bunt from a car driven by nemesis Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Bond, thinking they've both survived the attack, climbs inside to find that Tracy has been killed.