(1977) - James Bond and the beautiful Soviet Agent Anya Amasova team up to investigate missing Allied and Russian atomic submarines, following a deadly trail that leads to billionaire shipping magnate Karl Stromberg. Soon Bond and Anya are the world's only hope as they discover a nightmarish scheme of global nuclear Armageddon.


This Lotus submarine gadget car, fondly referred to as, "WET NELLIE", is one of six cars built and used during the film's production. This car launched the missile from the rear deck, dropped mines, sprayed black dye and shot torpedoes from the front grille.

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 WETBIKE WATER CYCLE was used by Bond to travel to Atlantis to save Agent Triple X. This vehicle has the distinction of being the world's first aquatic motor-bike. Never before had the public seen such a vehicle until its appearance in the film. Although it was put into production it was not long after that the popular Seadoo took over the market. This vehicle was donated to The Ian Fleming Foundation by its inventor, Nelson Tyler.

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


"The Spy Who Loved Me"
Starring Roger Moore as James Bond 007
Produced by Albert R. Broccoli
Directed by Lewis Gilbert
Based on characters created by Ian Fleming