Saturday, 11 October 2014

007 Vehicle: Wales and Edwards Rangemaster Milk Float / The Living Daylights (1987)

Bond vehicle: Wales and Edwards Rangemaster Milk Float
Bond movieThe Living Daylights (1987)

When infiltrating an MI6 safe house, Necros uses an innocent-looking milk float to make it look like he is just delivering milk and get past security before he "kidnaps" Koskov. Necros cunningly masterminds the infiltration of the Blayden safe house and the recovery of Koskov by utilizing his gift for disguises and mimicry.

Engine: 30-60 Volt electric battery
Top speed: 14 mph
Acceleration 0-100 km/h: n/a
Power: n/a

Transmission: duplex chain drive
Suspension: Front: Coil springs and two Aeon rubber auxiliary springs; Rear: Semi-elliptic dual rate leaf springs
Brakes: Front: mechanical; Rear: hydraulic
Length: 4780 mm 
Width: 1670 mm
Weight: 3400 kg
Price 1987 / 2012: n/a / £ 3000 (approx)

Photo © EON, United Artists, Danjaq LLC

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