Live and Let Die (1973) is the eight James Bond movie, and the first one with Roger Moore. Bond has to stop the drug dealer Kananga from overflooding the US with heroine, after three MI6 agents, which were on loan to the CIA, were killed.
James Bond (Roger Moore) steals this boat, when escaping a death trap at Kananga's farm in Louisiana. He drives the boat onto flat land, when the engine stops working due to a bullet hit.
After having abandoned the GT-150, Bond switches to this CV-19, which he returns after the chase.
Adam (Tommy Lane) steals this boat from the Ranger, and chases Bond. The boat gets destroyed, when it crashes into the rusty remainings of an old ferry, killing Adam.
Glastron V-162 FuturaEdit
One of Kananga's men uses this boat to chase Bond. He crashes it into the Sheriff's car and escapes on foot.
Glastron V-145 FirefliteEdit
Two of Kananga's men use this boat to chase Bond. The boat ends up in a swimming pool.
Glastron V-156 SportsterEdit
One of Kananga's men uses this boat to chase Bond. He crashes it into a tree.
Glastron V-184 CrestfliteEdit
One of Kananga's men uses this boat to chase Bond. He smashes it into a wedding ceremony.
Quarrel Jr. (Roy Stewart) owns this boat. He uses it to take Bond and two of his girls around the island of San Monique (filmed in Jamaica).
This boat can be seen at "San Monique" harbour (scenes were filmed on Jamaica).
The rusty remains of this ship can be seen at the end of the boat chase.
The Glastron CV-21 crashes into the open cargo bay of something that appears to be an old ferry and explodes.