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Talk about an obscure Bond vehicle that might be more under-the-radar than the actor who co-starred with it. This XR-7 comes from the sole 007 flick with George Lazenby in the starring role.
Driven by 007’s wife, Contessa Teresa “Tracy” di Vicenzo, this Mercury Cougar XR-7 is one of the few American cars in a Bond lead vehicular role, and it’s now up for auction as a piece of cinematic history. The red on red with black soft top Mercury Cougar XR-7 is in pristine museum condition per its showcar status, and it comes with a trunk-mounted ski-rack, wooden skis, burlwood veneer interior, red vinyl seats, and some sweet flip up headlights buried in the toothy grille. This might just be the best bargain Bond car around.

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When it comes to multi-tool brands, there’s Leatherman and everyone else. For almost four decades, Leatherman has been the name to beat and Bond is the perfect reason why. This 14-tool option with minimal design was inspired by founder Tim Leatherman’s original PST multi-tool and weighs in at 5.8oz. This stainless workhorse has a durable 420HC blade, set of standard screwdrivers and Leatherman’s other tools, so you’re covered for all your projects. Whether you’re a fanatic or a first time user, the Bond will find a place in your EDC. Upgrade today with the Bond.