05 Jan JAMES BOND CAR STAGE AT SPECTRE PREMIERE IN SYDNEY
Bond. James Bond.
There is only one car that usually accompanies 007 on his death-defying adventures, and that is the Aston Martin. Following on from the success of the Aston Martin DB5 in the previous instalment ‘Skyfall’, the DB10 is as sleek and sexy as the actor reprising the iconic role for the fourth time, Daniel Craig.
So when ‘Spectre’ raced into Sydney movie theatres on November 4, his equally iconic car required a polished black acrylic car stage, which Megadeck happily provided. The event was a success, with many famous stars turning out to take a selfie with the Aston Martin and check out the newest Bond movie. Among them were trainers Michelle Bridges and Commando from The Biggest Loser fame, talk show host Kerri-Anne Kennerley, and also the newest reality celebrities, The Bachelor couple Snezana Markoski and Sam Wood.
Megadeck car stages are a stylish and beautiful way to showcase the newest model, as well as being strong and sturdy for peace of mind. Megadeck also provide car ramps so that the car stage is accessible, adjusting the gradient of the ramp to suit the car’s suspension. No detail is overlooked in our car stages, and we pride ourselves on attention to detail and service with a smile.
As well as the black acrylic car stage featured at the Spectre premiere, there are many other finish options available. This Mercedes featured a clear and white acrylic car stage top, and this Subaru went for a clean white painted car stage top. As the acrylic allows light to shine through, you can play with an array of lights, as seen with this Mercedes S-Class.
Car stages are not only limited to rectangular structures, as round stages can also be utilised to provide a more dramatic effect.
We can do anything and everything at Megadeck; the perfect car stage is only limited to your imagination.
For more information on the Bond cars through the years, check out Aston Martin’s link: https://www.astonmartin.com/en/heritage/james-bond
Photos of the Spectre premiere, courtesy of The Daily Telegraph.