MI6 has teamed up with RC2 to give away the latest 1:18th scale James Bond car - the Aston Martin DB5 as featured in Casino Royale...

Win Casino Royale RC2 1:18th Aston Martin DB5
25th October 2006

RC2 have been hugely successful with their 007 collection of 1/18th and 1/64th scale vehicles, which so far have seen six classic cars from the Bond films being produced. These have included the Aston Martin Vanquish from "Die Another Day" and the Lotus Esprit from "The Spy Who Loved Me".

RC2 have just added another two cars to their line-up, based on the upcoming 21st James Bond film "Casino Royale": the Aston Martin DB5 an DBS models.

The Aston Martin DB5 is the first of two cars from RC2 to celebrate the release of Casino Royale. The latest DB5 in the 1:18th scale range is the quintessential James Bond car, first seen in Goldfinger (1964) and periodically throughout 007's adventures on the silver screen and in videogames.

In the new film Casino Royale we learn how James Bond obtains his beloved Aston Martin DB5. According to screenwriters Purvis and Wade, there were several variations on him getting the car, but they settled for him winning it off on of the antagonists in the story. RC2 make a welcome return with the second car of 2006 the Casino Royale Aston Martin DB5. Unlike the previous DB5 model based on the Goldfinger, the DB5 featured in Casino Royale is gadget free.

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Above: The packaging features the Casino Royale logo and playing cards motif

"RC2/Joyride's Casino Royale 1:18th Aston Martin DB5" To Be Won!
RC2 & Joyride are kindly giving away copies of the newly released Casino Royale Aston Martin DB5 to lucky MI6 readers. Simply answer the question correctly for your chance to win:

Which gadget was cut from the Aston Martin DB5 in the 1964 film "Goldfinger", for fear of real world copy-cats?

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Above: The 1:18th scale Aston Martin DB5 by RC2

Terms & Conditions
The competition closes at midnight on 25th November 2006. MI6 will choose the winners at random from the correct answers received.

The winners will be contacted via the email address supplied and their postal address will be requested. If a winner fails to respond within 7 days of prize notification, another winner will be chosen until all prizes are allotted.

Competition is open to European MI6 readers only.

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