James Bond's Lotus Esprit Submarine Costs $1M

For Sale

1977 Esprit starred as amphibious prop car in "The Spy Who Loved Me."

When you talk about the star quality of movie cars, it doesn't get much better than having been a former James Bond ride. But beyond the famous lineup of Aston Martins driven by successive 007s, there are some less-known, yet even more awesome, cars that have played a role in legendary Bond car chases and escapes. One of those, this 1977 Lotus Esprit "submarine", was driven by Roger Moore in "The Spy Who Loved Me." The car transforms into a submarine, taking Bond to an underwater villain's lair.

Now, an eBay seller is offering the prop car, a non-driving example, for sale. It is a submarine one side, car on the other, and rests on a display platform. This is a good thing, because displaying it is the only thing you can really do with it. The price? The seller has a Buy It Now price of $1,000,000. Good luck getting that.

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