If you’ve ever wanted to fire your Thunderball into Octopussy at Casino Royale, while on Her Majesty’s Secret Service (and who hasn’t?) but they never called you for the audition, just $27,000 is all it takes to secure this amphibious replica Lamborghini Countach.
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The fake Lambo listing on eBay says:
“For your eyes only: a 150mph amphibious car 007 would kill for.”
Apparently you just drive into the briny, engage the props, switch on the hydraulics, the hydrofoil, turn on the smoke machine for effect. Awesome. It’s not quite James Bond’s submarine Lotus, but face facts: you’re not exactly Daniel Craig. A perfect match. Or you could just head down to the local DMV and get a licence to kill.
Yeah. A licence to kill yourself. If you think this is a good idea.
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