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1977 GP Super Buggy Series III

1977 GP Super Buggy in For Your Eyes Only, Movie, 1981 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: UK

1977 GP Super Buggy Series III

Position 01:07:02 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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jackymorel FR

2007-03-03 21:29

Ce buggy anglais n'est pas un Manx mais un GP Beach Buggy châssis long (non raccourci).

Lt.Lemmens NL

2007-03-26 20:21

here is better picture of the car:

[Image: Beach%20Bugggy.jpg]

philgood FR

2007-03-26 20:54

Bonsoir Monsieur Morel !

G-MANN UK

2008-10-08 17:51

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Three of these buggies are used in the scene where Locque and his thugs (one of them played by Charles Dance in his film debut) hunt down Bond and Countess Lisl (Cassandra Harris).

-- Last edit: 2008-10-08 17:52:48

robi DE

2020-04-09 01:30

Please change: All three vehicles are 1970+ GP Super Buggy models, which were built on the Volkswagen chassis, while the GP Buggy used a shortened VW chassis.

[Image: fyeo_superbuggy1.jpg] [Image: fyeo_superbuggy2.jpg] [Image: fyeo_superbuggy3.jpg]

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Sandie SX

2020-04-11 00:10

I have this book: Link to "www.amazon.co.uk"

Which states the following:

Super Buggy (details as Robi's comment above) introduced in 1970, even entered in that year's London to Mexico World Cup Rally.

Super Buggy MK2 introduced in July 1975, revised tub, wider wings, proper moulded in rear seat.

Super Buggy MK3 introduced in August 1977, new bonnet with incorporated GRP screen surround, redesigned rear seat moulding.

Suggests this is a 1977+ MK3 as it has a moulded in screen surround?

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