The James Bond Vehicle Library

Mahindra CJ-3B
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Published 29/12-2016

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The Mahindra CJ-3B is one of Kamal Khan's working vehicles in the grounds of his palace in India. Bond escapes from the palace disguised as a corpse in a bodybag.

Mahindra CJ-3B is in fact a Willys Jeep, build on license by Mahindra & Mahindra Limited (M&M), one of the largest vehicle manufacturers in India, part of the Mahindra Group. M&M started assembling Willys CJ-3B jeeps in 1947. Later they obtained license to build the model.

The production of this model ended 1. October 2010.

 

by MS

007 relation

Octopussy (1983)

  • Villain/henchmens vehicle
  • Vehicle Bond is passenger in

Technical data

  • Model: CJ-3B
  • Year: 1947
  • Engine: 2.200cm3 (134cid) straight four, petrol
  • Power: 60 bhp
  • Transmission: 3-speed maunal, 4 wheel-drive
  • Suspension: Leaf springs front and rear
  • Brakes: Front and rear
  • Performance: 0 - 60 mph - 22 seconds
  • Max. speed: 65mph (105km/h)
  • Wheelbase: 2,032m 80inch
  • Length: 3,327m 131inch
  • Width : 1,575m 62inch 
  • Height: 1,829m 72inch
  • Ground clearance: 22,2cm 8,7inch
  • Weight  1.113 kg
  • Colour: Army Style
  • Numberplate: KAM 3

 

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