(1973) - With charm, wit and deadly assurance, Roger Moore steps in as the suave, sophisticated and lethal Agent 007 in a thrilling, high-powered showdown with an infamous drug lord who uses the threat of voodoo to protect his empire.


This GLASTRON CHASE/JUMP BOAT was used by 007 to jump over Sheriff J. W. Pepper's police vehicle in the exciting boat chase sequence in Louisiana. The distance this Glastron boat jumped during that scene set a Guiness world record. The jump measured 110 feet and was accomplished with the help of a 135 hp Evinrude outboard motor. The Ian Fleming Foundation purchased this boat from a private source.

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


This VILLAIN'S GLASTRON CHASE BOAT was used by Dr. Kanaga's henchmen to chase 007 through the bayous of Louisiana and followed Bond after the famous world record boat jump over Sheriff J. W. Pepper's police vehicle. The distance was shortened for the villain's boat for the shooting. The boat was originally purchased from the production company by a business man who provided product to EON Productions. The Ian Fleming Foundation purchased this boat from a private source.


"Live And Let Die"
Starring Roger Moore as James Bond 007
Produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman
Directed by Guy Hamilton
Based on the novel by Ian Fleming