Contributed by: The James Bond Movie Encyclopedia by Steven Jay Rubin

Auto-wrecking yard featured in Goldfinger. The firm’s crane and electromagnet lift the body of the Lincoln Continental belonging to Oddjob (Harold Sakata) and place it into the metal compactor, crushing it into a small metal lump that fits nicely into the bed of Oddjob’s Ford Ranchero. As the Lincoln is being lifted, you can see that this car has no engine; only a body shell was crushed. In real life this facility was in Miami, though in the film it’s located in a town in Kentucky.

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