Goldfinger

Cars Used in the Filming of the movie Goldfinger. Released. 1963.

The Goldfinger movie debuts arguably James Bond's most famous car. The Aston Martin DB5. Driven by James Bond.

Aston Marin DB5

James Bond

Dodge M43

A Dodge M-43  military ambulance  used in a short action scene. Owned by Goldfinger.

Ford Country Squire

A 1964 Ford Country Squire painted in non standard Ford Poppy Red. Driven by oddjob.

Ford Ranchero

Tilly Masterton

A white 1964 Ford Mustang Convertible driven by Tilly Masterton.

Ford Thunderbird

A 1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible in white. Driven again by Oddjob.

A 1964 model driven by Oddjob and owned by Auric Goldfinger, when the car is crushed in the baler, the movie shows a less costly and semi stripped, 1963 model.

Lincoln Continental

Mercedes 190 W121

Mercedes 220 SE

Two Black circa 1956 Mercedes-Benz 190 [W121.010) cars and one Grey 220SE W128 persue Bond in his aston Martin DB5. The yellow headlights suggest they are French cars sporting Swiss plates.

1959 Mercedes-Benz 220 SE [W128.010] also used to persue Bond. As in the above, the yellow headlights suggest it was a French car sporting Swiss plates.

Ford Customline Country Station Wagon

Ford Mustang

1954 Ford Customline Country Sedan four door Station Wagon in Olive Drab.

Ford Country Squire

Dodge M43

Aston Martin DB5

Ford Ranchero

Lincoln Continental Covertible

Bond is driven to the military airport in a 1964, four door, LIncoln Continental Convertible.

Mercedes-Benz 220 SE

Another car owned by Goldfinger. A coachbuilt Barker Sedanca de Ville Rolls Royce, chassis number3BU168. Refered to in the film as a Phantom 111.

Coachbuilt Rolls Royce

Willys Jeep

Various models of Willys military Jeeps were used in the filming. More details on the Willis Page.

A 1964 Ford Falcon Ranchero pick up used to carry the crushed Lincoln Continental

Dodge M-43
Ford Country Squire
Ford Mustang convertible
Ford Thunderbird
Aston Martin DB5
Lincoln Continental 2
Mercedes-Benz 180
Mercedes-Benz 220
Ford Customline Country Sedan 1954
3-BU-168 (1937 Barker Sedanca de Ville)
Willis M38 Jeep 1950
Ford Ranchero Pick up
1964 Lincoln Continental