The 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT originally owned by Paul McCartney is worth £500,000
The car are being entered into the Bonhams Goodwood Members’ Meeting Sale in West Sussex on Sunday 18 March, offers a unique opportunity for collectors of both classic vehicles and rockstar memorabilia.
Paul McCartney’s 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2
The model that’s been deemed the most valuable. Bonhams has put an estimation of between £400,000 and £500,000 on the vehicle, which has the former Beatle on its records as the first owner.
Even without the superstar keeper on the log book, it’s a highly sought after model, with just 224 ever made and only four being imported to UK soil.
The four-seater is fitted with its original 3.9-litre V12 engine that was – in the day – said to be capable of a top speed of 167mph.
The Beatles member took delivery of the car in February 1968, right at the height of the band’s immeasurable popularity – another reason why it could exceed that half a million pound price tag.