This January You can Buy John Lennon’s 1965 Mercedes-Benz 230L!
John Lennon’s 1965 Mercedes-Benz 230L will be auctioned this coming January, and you can bid on it!
John Lennon’s car will be featured in the docket for Worldwide Auctioneers’ inaugural Scottsdale sale, in January.
“We are thrilled to announce the addition of this historic motorcar to our Scottsdale lineup, once the personal property of one of the most influential and celebrated music icons on the planet,” John Kruse of Worldwide said in a news release.
“The car was delivered new to John Lennon in London in 1965, as attested by the accompanying original title documentation, when The Beatles were riding the crest of a wave,” Kruse added.
“This is a rare chance for a collector to make a once-in-a-lifetime acquisition.”
The auction house said that the vehicle is in excellent condition, finished in blue with right-hand drive and with automatic transmission, an option requested by Lennon himself when he put the order for the car.
“The response from both prospective buyers and sellers to our inaugural Arizona sale has been fantastic,” Egan said. “We look forward to welcoming old friends and new to Scottsdale in January with a very diverse lineup of great motorcars.”
Remember ‘Baby you can drive my car”? Well, now it’s your chance! It is a unique opportunity for both Lennon’s fans and muscle cars collectors.
Also hitting up the auction is a ‘farm-found’ 1961 Aston Martin DB4, which the auction house says was recently discovered after 45 years in a New Hampshire woods.
“We’re delighted to be entrusted with the sale of this astonishing car, literally straight out of the woods, an amazing discovery with a fascinating history”, said Rod Egan, a Worldwide partner and chief auctioneer.
Another notable sports cars consigned to the Scottsdale Auction include a rare Bloomington Gold Certified 1967 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Roadster,1 of a total of only 20 RPO L88 Corvettes, often regarded as the finest L88 Roadster extant, with outstanding provenance and ownership history including Otis Chandler and Kevin Suydam.
The sale starts at 5 p.m. January 18 at the Scottsdale Auto Park. The auction preview opens Sunday, January 15. For more information, visit the Worldwide Auctioneers website.
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