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Moonraker, Movie, 1979 IMDB

Pictures provided by: no_car, wickey, G-MANN, Robi

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Also known as:

  • Ian Fleming's Moonraker [James Bond]
  • 007 Contra o Foguete da Morte (Brazil)
  • James Bond 007 - Moonraker - Streng geheim (Germany)
  • Holdkelte (Hungary)
  • Moonraker: operazione spazio (Italy)

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G-MANN UK

2008-10-08 16:19

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[Image: moonraker4.jpg] [Image: moonraker2lm1.2720.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-09-05 02:51:28

robi DE

2012-03-17 15:24

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1970 Opel GT [*] (hidden on the LAX parking lot)
[Image: mr_opel1.jpg]

1973 Volkswagen Brasilia [*]
[Image: mr_brasilia1.jpg] [Image: mr_brasilia2.jpg] [Image: mr_brasilia3.jpg] [Image: mr_brasilia4.jpg]

1973 Volkswagen Brasilia (5-door) [*]
[Image: mr_brasilia5.jpg]

1960 Ford Falcon [*]
[Image: mr_falcon1.jpg]

1974 Volkswagen Passat (3-door) [*]
[Image: mr_passat1.jpg]

Unknown [*]
[Image: mr_auto1.jpg]

1968 Mercedes-Benz [W115] [*]
[Image: mr_mercedes1.jpg]

1971 Chevrolet Opala Cupê [*]
[Image: mr_opala1.jpg]

1968 Volkswagen 1600 [*]
[Image: mr_16002.jpg]

1978 Volkswagen Passat (3-door) [*]
[Image: mr_passat2.jpg]

1974 Volkswagen 1600 Variant [*]
[Image: mr_variant1.jpg]

1978 Ford Corcel [*]
[Image: mr_corcel1.jpg]

1973 Chevrolet Opala [*]
[Image: mr_opala2.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2019-08-19 11:39:52

cl82 DE

2012-03-19 00:43

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This time I had to leave a lot of gaps, sorry.
1st. thumbnail: Chevrolet Corvette C2, then an International Harvester Scout; the rest is too blurry for me.
3rd. thumbnail could be a red Ford Falcon from the early 60s.
4th. thumbnail could be a 1st. generation Volkswagen Passat/Dasher aka B1 aka Typ32, built from 1972 on (at least in Europe).
The Mercedes is a W115.
The crème-coloured hatchback parked in front of a white Volkswagen on the left cold be another Volkswagen Passat.

johnfromStaffs EN

2012-10-13 16:50

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The second thumbnail looks very like it's a Marina Coupe in which case it isn't interesting.

dsl SX

2012-10-13 17:17

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Re 2nd thumnail - a Marina in Rio would be interesting, but I think either something J or possibly local Passat-ish VW. 1st thumb red Sedan looks local Ford Falcon, which lasted much longer in South America than elsewhere. 4th thumb green car, seen behind the Rolls-Royce looks another local 1972 Volkswagen 1600 TL Quatro Portas [Typ 3] as /vehicle_57921-Volkswagen-1600-TL-Typ-3-1972.html . These are similar comments to cl82's ^^ but not in the same order - has the thumb sequence changed?

robi DE

2013-06-12 19:17

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For rjluna2: A real rarity, traffic lights from Venice:
[Image: moonrakerampel.jpg]

rjluna2 US

2013-06-12 19:30

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robi wrote For rjluna2: A real rarity, traffic lights from Venice:

Cool :)

My comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

jkoch US

2013-07-08 20:03

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On a Wikipedia page about James Bond vehicles it says that Bond briefly drives a Jeep Wagoneer through some caves, but I don't see anything about that car here. Is the Wiki page not true or is this page incomplete? Could it mean that the futuristic "Made for the movie" vehicle shown here was modified from a Jeep Wagoneer? Does anyone know?

Rikard SE

2014-11-27 00:18

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I think that the yellow car could be a Ford Corcel.

Q-Ball JP

2020-01-01 19:01

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I noticed that the scenes set in Drax's California chateau (filmed in France) all feature recent vehicles from American Motors (Concord, CJ-7, J-10, Wagoneer). Is it possible AMC was a sponsor? Seems an odd vehicle to go out of one's way to source for a scene.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2020-01-01 19:21

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The Man with the Golden Gun had AMC product placement, resulting in a Matador as a Thai police car. :)
/vehicle_18137-AMC-Matador-1974.html

Ken S UK

2020-01-21 17:56

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In the picture of the 1978 Ford Corcel above, there is a beige Isuzu Bellet 4-door saloon on the left. This is a GM T-car, like an Opel Kadett or Vauxhall Chevette; but with a usefully powerful 1.8-litre engine and 5-speed manual box. It was known as a Buick Opel in North America, I don't know what they called it in Brazil.

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