(1981) - When a British ship is sunk in foreign waters, the world's superpowers begin a feverish race to find its cargo: a nuclear submarine control system. Agent 007 is thrust into one of his most riveting adventures as he rushes to join the search and prevent global devastation!


This NEPTUNE SUBMARINE is one of two originally built by the film production company. This is the actual working wet submersible that was seen throughout most of the film. It had to be operated by stunt men using scuba gear. The other remaining submarine was a lightweight shell used when hauled out of the water and set on the deck of the tending ship. It was also used in the studio for shots of the actors. The Ian Fleming Foundation purchased the Neptune from its previous owner in New York City. This was the first Bond vehicle obtained by The Ian Fleming Foundation.


This CV3 CITROEN is the only studio-rigged CV3 used in the movie. The film production company filmed close-up and dialogue shots with the two stars in the CV3 chase sequence using rear-screen projection. The CV3 was donated to The Ian Fleming Foundation by Olivier Lebaz of Club James Bond France (Luc Le Clech, President).

This item is currently on display at
The London Film Museum exhibit
Bond in Motion: The Largest Official Collection of
Original James Bond Vehicles


"For Your Eyes Only"
Starring Roger Moore as James Bond 007
Produced by Albert R. Broccoli
Directed by John Glen
Based on short stories by Ian Fleming