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Diamonds are Forever with Brett Stillo - Reels and Wheels

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Release Date: 09/07/2018

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Diamonds are Forever! It was Sean Connery's last official James Bond movie (not counting the non-Eon Never Say Never Again) and it was an interesting mixture of classy and campy; providing a precursor to the Roger Moore era.

It also had some interesting car choices - A Triumph Stag, a 1971 Mustang Mach I and a moon buggy created by legendary car customizer Dean Jeffries! Joining Sid and James is friend of the podcast and cohost of Five Minutes of Trouble/Five Minutes of Banzai, Brett Stillo!

Can James come to terms with Sid's recent purchase of a Triumph Spitfire? Can one "drive British" in a Mustang Mach I? What extremely cool (before they were famous) cameo is buried in this movie?

Find Brett at http://5minutesoftrouble.com/ - Catch Sid (@SidBridgeComedy) and James (@S2KJames) on social! Subscribe to Reels and Wheels on Itunes, Stitcher or Google Play and leave some feedback!