The Beatles were one of the most important pop bands of all time. They pioneered a new sound, and helped influence a generation of new musicians. They also make a ton of money along the way, which they used to buy some amazing cars. Take a look at some of their cars from over the years.
This Phantom V is one of the most famous cars owned by Lennon. He customized the car with a telephone, television and a refrigerator. Not to mention, check out the fittingly psychedelic paint job!
This car was owned by Paul McCartney. One night while he was at a party, a friend of his crashed this Mini Cooper. Thankfully both the car and his friend survived.
The Austin Princess is another one of the amazing cars owned by Lennon. He customized the rear by installing seats from an aircraft. This car can also be seen in the 1971 “Imagine” promotional movie.
Paul McCartney owned this red 400GT while the band was still together. This beauty is still stunning, even by today's standards.
This 1972 station wagon is said to be one of John’s favorite cars. This unassuming car allowed John to travel around New York virtually unnoticed. What better way for a superstar to get around than a ride like this?
This McLaren F1 was built for George Harrison in 1994. Eric Clapton wanted to buy it after George’s death, but the family decided to keep this supercar.
John bought this beautiful Mercedes in 1965. They even honored his wishes by having the steering wheel moved to the right side.
George had his Mini Cooper S painted to match the psychedelic feel of John’s Rolls Royce. This car was also featured in the “Magical Mystery Tour” movie.
George was the car enthusiast of the group. This 1955 Ford Anglia was the first car he ever owned. He had this car before the Beatles were an international sensation.
John Lennon purchased this amazing light blue Ferrari just a few hours after passing his driving test.
This is the car that Paul was falsely believed to have died in, when it was allegedly wrecked in 1966.
This C5 Corvette is Paul’s primary mode of transportation when he is in the US. He likes this convertible since it’s not as recognizable as the other flashy cars.
Paul bought this Aston Martin directly from the factory in 1964. He did have a special request to be added though — a Phillips record player.