Rolls Royce of John Lennon soon to be seen in London
The gaily-painted Rolls-Royce Phantom V 1964 John Lennon returns for a moment to return to England. The car ended up in a Canadian museum, and comes back to the British capital for an exhibition.
The Beatles singer purchased the car in 1964 for at the time, 6.600 British pounds.
Lennon didn’t have a driver’s license when he made the famous Rolls-Royce bought. And he is not the only famous driver of the car. In the seventies of the last century borrowed the lead singer of The Beatles in the car arranged from Bob Dylan and band members of The Rolling Stones.
The singer donated the car finally at the Cooper Hewitt Museum of Design, but the Rolls ended up in 1985, five years after the death va Lennon, suddenly at a auction and was for 2.3 million dollars was sold to the Canadian entrepreneur Jimmy Pattison. Who gave the car to turn to the Canadian state of British Columbia.
Lennon auto is the next month on display in London as part of an exhibition about the famous Phantom series of the British automaker Rolls-Royce.