Baby you can drive my car. Sir Paul McCartney’s 1965 Aston Martin DB5 is not just a car, but a beautiful piece of artwork. And now you have the opportunity to purchase it. That is if you have a lot of cash to splash.
Provided you’ve got the cash, this is a priceless piece of Beatles memorabilia that only a true fan or a petrolhead could possibly want. It is in mint condition, and is a lot more expensive than it was in its day. This car cost Sir Paul £3,800 and 10 shillings plus tax of £793, 6 shillings and 8 pence. It’s expected to sell at auction for £400,000, and this thing will beat most cars of today with a 4.0l petrol engine and a top speed of 150mph. It even contains a Philips Record Player, and has chrome wire wheels to finish off the 70s look.
Sir Paul chose the car and its specification and it has had several very careful owners since. But it is now a wonderful opportunity for any Aston Martin enthusiast or a Beatle fan to own this unique part of motoring history. Go on, you know you want it.