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Crave correspondent John Scott Lewinski walks in the steps of the real-life British spies who inspired Ian Fleming's most famous character -- and knocks back a martini in Bond's honor.
Agent 007's love of "shaken, not stirred" martinis may have been a result of alcohol-induced tremors, say the authors of a silly study examining Bond's health. They also estimate he'd die by 56.
After it was found languishing in storage, the famous amphibian Bond car was auctioned off for nearly $1 million. Better yet, it turns out SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk was the secret buyer.
This unique prop spent years in a Long Island storage locker but can still drive under the waves.
On the centenary of author Ian Fleming's birthday, it's time to raise a glass--shaken, not stirred, of course--to the man whose imagination contributed mightily to popular thinking about high-tech gadgetry.
In a new James Bond book by Jeffery Deaver, the British secret agent returns to his roots, driving a Bentley.
One of the six cars built for the movie "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" goes up for auction on May 15, 2011.
Amazon's imprint Thomas & Mercer will be publishing hard copies and Kindle versions of Ian Fleming's James Bond books, but don't expect an iBooks version to surface.
Technology will be served, but the world is losing a bit of its romance as the manufacturing of typewriters starts drawing to a close.
Four classes of Bentleys will show at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance on August 16, including the oldest racing cars.