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Toy State 007 Cars: Toys for Your Boys both Big and Small (and the girls!)

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2012 marked the 50th anniversary of the intrigue, mystery, suspense, guns and fast cars of James Bond 007, British Secret Agent, and also marked the release of the 23rd movie SkyFall.  Twenty-three years of suspense, guns and beautiful cars with components worthy of the world’s most famous British Agent.  To help celebrate this milestone, Toy State, in conjunction with the James Bond movie franchise EON Productions, released an entire line of 007™ motorized cars.  My husband, a die-hard 007 fan, received his Father’s Day Gift a few days early when Toy State sent three of their 007™ cars for review.


From Goldfinger’s Aston Martin DB5 to the Mustang Mach 1 in Diamonds Are Forever, and even the new (but classic) Aston Martin from Skyfall, the entire line of Toy State’s 007™ cars feature lights, sounds and movement which are sure to make even the oldest Bond fan happy!  There are six product lines which have different models, sizes, features and control options. The 007, Secret Agent and Q-Branch lines are controlled via buttons on top of the car which activate features such as the playing of the James Bond theme song, the horn, flashing lights and motorized forward movement.  The MI6 R/C, British Secret Service R/C and For Your Eyes Only R/C lines are all operated via remote control and also have working lights, sounds and play the theme song.  You can find the different Toy State 007™ product lines on


Since my husband loves the 007™ Aston Martin’s, the three I was sent are the Aston Martin DB5 from Casino Royale, the Aston Martin DBS from Quantum of Solace and the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger.  All three play the James Bond theme music, have flashing headlights and taillights, honking horns and motorized forward movement.

Aston Martin DB5 from Casino Royale  (007 line)


This was the first Aston Martin to appear in a Bond film since 1999’s The World is Not Enough.  This stylish, silver-colored vehicle is approximately 6″ in length and has three buttons on the top.  One button activates the horn and makes the LED headlights and tail lights flash.  The middle button starts the famous James Bond theme music that plays while the head and tail lights flash in time with the music.  The last button starts the engine, cuts the lights on and activates the forward motion.


Aston Martin DBS from Quantum of Solace  (007 line)


This is a more sporty model of the Aston Martin that was shown in the high-speed chase between Bond and the henchmen from the Quantum Organization.  This model is also approximately 6″ in length and is a sleek, shiny black with silver trim. Like the above car, this one also has three buttons on the top which operate the horn, the Bond theme song and the forward motion complete with squealing tires and other sound effects.


Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger (British Secret Service R/C line)


This is one of the remote controlled cars with several additional features.  The same model Aston Martin as seen in Goldfinger, this car measures approximately 11″ in length and is a flashy silver color with shiny silver trim.  The custom-designed video game-styled remote controls full-function radio control driving, and also triggers the lights and realistic sounds.  Three buttons on top also activate forward motion, lights, sounds and a secret arsenal of hidden weapons and shields.


All cars and remotes operate on either AA or AAA batteries depending on the model, and come in open display boxes.  They are recommended for ages 6 and up, and prices will vary depending on the model and line you choose. Toy State’s 007™ cars are available exclusively on

These would make great toy cars for the little ones to play with, as well as collectible models for the big boys.  My husband has chosen to keep the cars in their original boxes, although judging from the way I hear the James Bond theme song play every time he walks by them, I am not too sure how long they will remain un-boxed!

For more information please visit the Toy State website and be sure to connect with Toy State on Facebook and follow Toy State on Twitter to keep up with all the latest products, deals, promotions and more!

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Tuesday 18th of June 2013

These look really neat for fans! I know we wouldn't be able to keep them boxed up at our house! :)

Laura Grace Andry

Tuesday 18th of June 2013

Okay, I want this for myself. Those look like so much fun and my boys are totally into cars right now... maybe for Christmas... hmmmm.


Monday 17th of June 2013

Those are cool toy cars. My son would go crazy for these. Looks very collectible.

Melinda Dunne

Monday 17th of June 2013

I love those cars. I would love to have the remote control car to play with myself.

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