The James Bond Vehicle Library

Rolls Royce Phantom III
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Published 27/12-2001
Updated 24/03-2014 10:03

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Notes

Goldfinger uses this car to smuggle gold internationally by replacing the panels with gold. James Bond uses the homer trackning gadget in his Aston Martin DB5 to shadow Goldfinger to his factory in Switzerland.

The actual car was originally custom-built for the Rt. Hon. Lord Fairhaven of Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire. In 1986 it was auctioned and sold for $121,000.

In 'Octopussy' a Rolls Royce Phantom III is seen as Kamal Khan's car.

by JH

007 relation

Goldfinger (1964)

  • Villain/henchmens vehicle

Octopussy (1983)

  • Villain/henchmens vehicle

Technical data

  • Manufacturer: Rolls Royce
  • Model: Phantom III
  • Year: 1937
  • Engine: V12, 7338 cc
  • Transmission: 4-speed Automatic
  • Suspension: Independent front suspension with coil springs
  • Brakes: Semi-elliptic springs rear
  • Unladen weight: 7,000 pounds
  • Colour: Black/yellow
  • Numberplate: AU 1 (in Goldfinger)
    KAM 1 (in Octopussy)

Sources


Other sources:

The Essential Bond, by Lee Pfeiffer & Dave Worrall, page 41