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james Bond boat, in great condition limited edition #31 out of 55, please call us for more details, we take all trades, RV’s , cars. Trucks , boats ..
Author: Alan Jones
Arguably, the greatest boat stunt in filmmaking history was modestly titled “Scene 156,” in the 007 movie “Live and Let Die.” In it, James Bond was driving a Glastron GT 150 during a wild, twisting chase through a Louisiana bayou that featured a ramp jump over Sheriff J.W. Pepper’s patrol car, parked on a levee. The 110-foot jump — nailed on the first take and the only jump filmed — made it into the “Guinness Book of Records.” During production, however, the stunt crew used 26 Glastrons, crashing 17 of them during the 100 practice jumps and in other stunts during the epic 13-minute chase sequence. Fast-forward 39 years, and Glastron goes back to the future with the new GT 160 Collector’s Edition that commemorates its 55 years of rich history.