From James Bond 'The Man With The Golden Gun'
The AMC Matador Coupé is a full-size coupé built by American manufacturer American Motors. It was introduced in 1974 with the second AMC Matador generation, the first generation coupé was called 'two-door hardtop'.
In the James Bond film "The Man With The Golden Gun" Francisco Scaramanga and Nick Nack drive a brand-new, bronze Matador Coupé in Bangkok. After a chase with James Bond (driving an AMC Hornet) and the Royal Thai Police, Scaramanga drives into a barn outside Bangkok and transforms the car into a plane, using wings & engine which were previously stored at the farm.
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