Cars used in the filming of the Movie, Diamonds are forever. Rel. 1971

Ford Custom 500 Police Car
Ford Custom 1970 Bond
1971 Ford Custom Police Car Bond
1971 Ford Galaxie Bond
1971 Ford Galaxie 500 Four-Door Sedan [54F]
Ford Mustang Mach1 Bond
Ford Econoline Van 1971
Cadillac hearse - 1968
Plymouth Fury
Ford Thunderbird Landau
Jeep M38 A1
Triumph Stag

Ford Custom 500

Ford Custom 500 Police Car

Ford Custom 500 Police Car

Ford Galaxie

Ford Galaxie 500

Ford Mustang Mach 1

Ford Ecoline

Ford Thunderbird

Cadillac Funeral Coach

Plymouth Fury

Jeep M38 A1

Triumph Stag MK 1

A large number of Ford Custom 500 cars were provided for the film including this CIA one.

One of many Ford Custom 500 police cars used in a Vegas car chase in persuit of James Bond, most of which crashed.

Another Ford Custom 500 car used by the Sheriff's Department.

A fleet of these Ford Galaxie cars were owned by Wyte Techtonics and  used to chase Bond through the desert.

Bond sits and waits in a 1971 Ford Galaxie 500 in Bronze.

Ford Mustang Mach 1 used by Tiffany Case. The car used in a famous scen where it drives through an alley on two whells. In error it is filmed entering on one set of wheels and exiting the alley on another.

A Ford Ecoline van driven by Dr. Metz

The car used by Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd in which Bond is transported after he is captured.

Owned by Slumber and Co. A Sovereign Landaulet funeral coach (Hearse,) built  by Superior Coach Corporation on a commercial Cadillac chassis.

A Triumph Stag MK1, driven to the Ferry by Peter Franks, he is arrested and Bond takes up his seat in the car.

A 1971 Plymouth Fury

A military M38 A1 model jeep

Ford Custom Taxi

A Ford Custom 500 Taxi parked at the airport. One of many of these Taxis used in the movie.

Ford Custom 500