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Lot 212 The League of Extraordinary Gentleman - Captain Nemo’s (Naseeruddin Shah) Nautilus Car

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Captain Nemo’s (Maseeruddin Shah) hero Nautilus car from Stephen Norrington’s fantasy adventure The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. This car was used throughout the film as the League hunted down Moriarty (Richard Roxburgh) and was also featured extensively on the film’s posters. The Prop Store Live Auction in partnership with Vue Cinemas 375 original film props and costumes available at live auction For more live auction info, visit our official Prop Store website: www.propstore.com/liveauction
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Sunny Wakefield (9 days ago)
companyoflosers (7 months ago)
so did nobody think it would be a good idea to put a decent clear coat on the thing?! that peeling is clear indication somebody didnt know what they were doing. somebody is gonna have to spend time restoring it and that means possibly having to replace parts and ruining the authenticity all because some shmuck didnt know how to apply clear coat right.
reem windya (1 year ago)
Ugly car
oedipa maas (10 months ago)
Ugly face
Nev (1 year ago)
Jay Leno bought it.
Sourav Jamwal (1 year ago)
How to buy this car?
O’ Drama (1 year ago)
Get that god damn v8 out of there!!!
HGC 4E (11 months ago)
Wraith needs a v16 0r 20
Jai Courvoisier (1 year ago)
Wraith Why?
kenneth keen (1 year ago)
The wheels should at least have had spokes. Bin lids are fine for Americans but style...is something else.
Free World (2 years ago)
Damn thats one hell of a car
btvbrndn (2 years ago)
Was looking so good then they showed under the hood and revealed the shitty v8 😩 All that empty space. If I could buy this the first thing I'd do is put a v12 in it
Milos Pankalujić (1 year ago)
Maybe a plane engine?
Armağan Şengül (1 year ago)
btvbrndn The car is so fucking big, therefore any engine would look small!
ragemanchoo82 (2 years ago)
It appeared on Ebay recently but didn't meet its reserve.
Passion 4 Perfection (1 year ago)
That was a tribute car built in North Carolina, NOT the original movie car in THIS vid.
I'll choose this car over any lambo
danielle king (2 years ago)
wow imagine rocking up to a party in that thing
cell pat (3 years ago)
its one thing i never forgot from that movie. reminded me of a really old FWD Seville. loved how Capt. Nemo said: "its the future!" I call it - "an automobile!"
Hello Goodbye (3 years ago)
I'm surprised no rich Indian hasn't snapped it up already. It would also be great as a wedding car.
Andy Grilz (4 years ago)
So how much did it go for?
CoolGuy830 (8 months ago)
Andy Grilz - $45,000 USD was apparently the sale price. I'd say that is a bargain for such a rare and unique vehicle. Not being street legal, having an old V8, and a fiberglass body that would rattle at anything over about 35mph are the things that make it less desirable though. I figured it would have sold for much more. I'm sure it cost way more to build than it was sold for.
Ivan Slv (4 years ago)
Just beautiful, can I drive it?
danitza miranda (4 years ago)
Wow its a beauty!! I would love to ride in it some time !!
Xaphan6669 (4 years ago)
wow that thing hasn't weathered well over the years has it. why mus props like this waste away when there are countless numbers of people you could give them to that would take fantastic care of them. its a real shame. im wondering how the 1942 v16 coupe from captain america is holding up.

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