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James Bond Car Collection
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No: 4605   Contributor: Ray Bennett   Scale: 1/43   Year: 2014   Manufacturer: Other   Country: Russia
James Bond Car Collection

Produced by Universal Hobbies in 1:43rd scale as packaged in small cased dioramas relevant to each vehicles role in a Bond Film these models are a great model collection in their own right. Here we have a 1987 Lada Riva-AvtoVAZ 2105 Deluxe Saloon. This particular car was shown in The Living Daylights with Timothy Dalton at the wheel.
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