A 1984 Mercedes that belonged to George Harrison, will be auctioned next month in Liverpool.
Omega auction house organizes the auction, which will take place on March 24, and in which Harrison’s car will auction other quartet-related objects, such as autographs, handwritten lyrics, photographs, clothing and concert tickets.
Harrison’s car is a Mercedes 500 SELAMG purchased for 85,000 pounds ($ 118,000) to customize to his liking.
A wing, a leather steering wheel and different trims were some of the details added, and thanks to which he got the car to appear in a music video released in 1995.
Harrison , that died in 2001, has traveled more than 48,000 miles over the 16 years he owned the Mercedes, before selling it to a friend in the year 2000.
Auction leader Paul Fairweather said the composer “loved this car a lot during all his years.”
“It’s a precious car, classic and ready to be driven,” he said.
Last year, this same auction house sold for 37 thousand pounds (41 thousand euros) a Porsche 928 that also belonged to the Beatle.
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