It's exceedingly rare for a stunt car from a movie to survive and end up in the hands of the public — especially when it was part of the most expensive stunt in movie history. This 2015 Land Rover Defender was modified by British company Bowler for a part in the 24th James Bond film Spectre. 10 black Defender 110 crew-cabs were built for the Austrian mountaintop chase scene, with each one getting 37-inch tires, roll cages, strengthened frames, and for this one, in particular, a hydraulic system to launch the truck into a roll when struck by a plane piloted by Bond. The stunt went off perfectly, bending the frame of the Defender in the process. The Defender is in the exact condition it was in immediately after the stunt, which means it can't be driven on the street — but a piece of British memorabilia like this is meant to be displayed.
Photos: Tom Gidden