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Jev

Toyota 2000GT - only one on the road?

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Forgive me if this is the wrong place to post but I was intrigued by this fabulous looking car...

 

 

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It's a beauty isn't it.  Didn't James Bond drive an open top version in one of the films?  It has a touch of the E-types about it.

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Yep they made a couple of convertibles for You Only Live Twice. I think most agree the standard coupe production car looked better lol.

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Had this car on the toyota enthusiast club stand at the NEC classic car show last november , even sat in it and drove it whilst sorting the stand. The organisers have asked for it back this year for one of the entrances to the show , its coming back !!!!!

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58 minutes ago, bricktop said:

I thought the reason they made the convertible was basically because Sean Connery couldn't fit in it!

 

Lol yep.

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