Sure, an Aston Martin DB5 like the one James Bond drives in "Skyfall" will cost you an arm and a leg, but if you want to drive a car like the movie super-spy, you may not have to shell out big bucks after all.
Ever wonder how your car still runs in scorching summer heat when you can barely even move? It can because companies like Ford torture their vehicles in the Arizona desert to make sure they can put up with whatever you -- or Mother Nature -- throws at them.
When Glen Campbell and Elvis Presley needed a memorable suit they went to one man: Nudie Cohn. The legendary tailor popularized the 'rhinestone cowboy' look in the 60s and 70s. But Nudie bedazzled cars as well. There's more guns on this Cadillac than you can count... and longhorns on the front.