Skip to comments.John Lennonís Ferrari up for grabs
Posted on 01/10/2011 9:28:37 AM PST by BenLurkin
The light-blue 1965 Ferrari 330 GT, immaculately restored to its original condition in the mid 90s, was John's first car after he passed his driving test. Rumour has it, his driving test made headline news; so much so, every luxury car dealership close to his home in Weybridge rocked up with a car on the day, hoping the big man would pick theirs.
Astons, Jags and Maseratis flooded the road outside, as Lennon calmly strolled outside, had a peek at the collected exotica and plumped for the 330 GT.
In them days the Fezza was worth £2,000, but Bonhams is expecting to get just over £140,000 when it goes up for auction next month. Lennon's colourful Rolls sold for £1.5m in 1985
(Excerpt) Read more at topgear.com ...
Imagine no possesions.
I’d bid $150.00 if it has a new battery and good tires!
You stole my thunder.
"...Imagine no possessions..."
Very funny and witty. Good catch! :-)
Beat me to it.
Lucas Electronics and Italian engines - what’s not to break?
A GM owned company called Delco of England had a cross reference booklet for converting Lucas stuff to better quality Delco on English cars. I don’t know why it didn’t get better play over here when UK cars and motorcycles were hot sellers...
Beat me to it!
This Ferarri will get you hot chicks.
This one will get you Yoko.
“Imagine no possessions.....Well, except for a Ferrari and a Rolls Royce?”
It’s easy if you try...
“This one will get you Yoko.”
I’ll be sending you the tab for my therapy.
” So John was like a lot of rich musicians. A few toys here and there it appears.”
John was like a lot of rich entertainers ... a total hypocrite.
All we are saying ... is do like I say, not like I do.
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