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Win Entrance to the James Bond Party at Miami Auto Museum

In anticipation of the latest James Bond flick, Spectre, being released in theaters next month, the Miami Auto Museum is hosting a cocktail reception alongside their latest exhibition — and we’ve got your “in.”

Boasting online that the museum is where James Bond parks his car, they’re really not joking. The James Bond exhibit features “one of the largest collections of James Bond props and vehicles in the world… including automobiles, motorcycles, submarines, airplanes, helicopters, boats, and snowmobiles.” Guests can see the T-55 Soviet tank that was a part of the 1955 film Goldeneye, a BD-5 Microjet, and of course, no Bond collection would be complete without a mini fleet of Aston Martins.

The VIP reception is by invitation only and will take place Wednesday night. Guests will be surrounded by all things Bond — especially the cars — and will receive passes to see the new film in theaters. Drinks will be provided by Belvedere Vodka and bites by Proper Sausages. Plus, aside from the boozing and shmoozing, there will be chances to win some Spectre swag as well as witness the unveiling of new Jaguar and Range Rover cars. Overall, it should be a swanky night event the Queen’s agent would enjoy.

We’ll make you a deal: follow us on Instagram @MiamiNewTimes_Arts, “like” our James Bond picture, and comment your favorite Bond quote for a chance to win two tickets to the cocktail party. It’s that easy! We’ll pick a winner tonight and contact you via direct message.

Don’t be sad if you don’t win, because you’re already a winner keeping up with us on Instagram and you can still visit the James Bond exhibit at the Miami Auto Museum. Spectre opens in theaters November 6.

The James Bond Exhibit
Miami Auto Museum, 2000 NE 146th St, North Miami. Call 305-354-7680 or visit The cocktail reception takes place Wednesday, October 28, from 7 to 9 p.m. and is by invitation only. One winner will be picked at random via Instagram and contacted via email. 

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Carolina del Busto is a freelance writer for Miami New Times. She nurtured her love of words at Boston College before moving back home to Miami and has been covering arts and culture in the Magic City since 2013.