A rare 1967 Lamborghini 400GT 2+2, first owned by Paul McCartney, joins a Nick Mason Ferrari and Rod Stewart Lamborghini at Bonhams’ Goodwood Members Meeting sale.
Bonhams’ Goodwood Members’ Meeting sale, which is held tomorrow, 18 March, has a trio of classic cars up for offer with distinct rock star pedigrees.
Certainly the rarest car on offer is a 1967 Lamborghini 400GT 2+2, one of just 247 built and thought to be one of just four imported in to the UK and converted to RHD. And it was first owned by Sir Paul McCartney.
Paulk owned some stunning cars in the 1960s on the back of his success, but none was rarer than this ‘second album’ from Lamborghini, a follow-up to the 350GT and reckoned to be peerless at the time.
The 400GT 2+2 is a proper four-seat take on the 350GT (which did become the 400GT with the same engine as the 2+2), with the four-seater retaining much of the looks of the 350GT.
Bonhams reckon McCartney’s 400 GT 2+2 should fetch £400-500k tomorrow, but if you want a classic car with rock star pedigree, and don’t fancy a Beatles Lamborghini, there are a couple of other options.
Bonhams also has a 1974 Ferrari Dino with a Nick Mason of Pink Floyd pedigree expected to fetch £375-425k, and a 1991 Lamborghini Diablo first owned by Rod Stewart expected to make around £120-140k.
The Bonhams’ Goodwood Members’ Meeting sale is tomorrow, 18 March 2018.