How could i forget Goldfinger's Studillac? Thanks. Bill Frick produced over 250 of them. Right, y'are, CWFritz, and that Moonraker chase including the poor lad on leave in his Alfa was terrific. It's a tragic loss that studios can't present such non-CGI excitement from when "doing the ton" was the equivalent of going 200 mph in some carbon fiber/plastic ground effects thing cobbled for billionaire Walter Mitties sans a dollop of charm.
Fleming may've known more about cuisine, skiing, and British naval bureaucracy than automobiles, his favorite personal car a '57 T-Bird, but he knew enough to get it right; leave us stirring passages.
Sad Ian Fleming's entertaining adult novels reduced to cinematic comic books. Sadder still a cottage industry today raving about vehicles and gadgets having absolutely nothing to do with his novels.
Perhaps Hagerty and more readers will eventually tire of their Camaro/Mustang/muscle car/super car kick and rediscover earlier, more interesting rides.