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James Bond and Potter cars in Tel Aviv

    The Batmobile, Hagrid’s motorcycle from the Harry Potter films and 007's Aston Martin from the latest Bond movie Skyfall are just three of the 14 vehicles that have arrived from Hollywood for this week’s Automotor exhibition in Tel Aviv.

    The exhibition will give Israelis and tourists the opportunity to get a close look at some of the most f amous car and motorcycles that have appeared in hit movies in recent years .

    Parked alongside the Batmobile, the main attraction of the event at Tel Aviv's Convention Centre , are cars from The Fast and the Furious, Terminator, Gone in 60 seconds, The Matrix and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

    There will also be a screening of five movies a day, a display of military technologies and driver stunts.

    Last year’s Automotor event attracted over 400,000 people.

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