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Own James Bond’s moon buggy

Christie’s to auction movie memorabilia on Dec. 14
/ Source: The Associated Press

James Bond’s moon buggy from the movie “Diamonds Are Forever” is up for sale.

The moon buggy that Bond, played by Sean Connery, used to make a hasty getaway in the 1971 film, will be among a collection of movie and entertainment pieces offered at Christie’s on Dec. 14, auctioneers said Wednesday

Other items include Charlie Chaplin’s mustache from the 1940 film “The Great Dictator,” scripts from British radio’s “Goon Show” and a storm-trooper helmet used in the 1980 sci-fi flick “Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back.”

Editor of 007 Magazine and James Bond buff Graham Rye is offering the moon buggy for sale after tracking it down and having it restored.

“It’s an important piece of cinema history from one of Sean Connery’s most popular James Bond films,” Rye said.

“I hope it will find its way into a public display where Bond fans can view it for years to come.”

Christie’s estimates the moon buggy would sell for $37,000 to $56,000.