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The Mercedes-Benz 600 is one of the most iconic saloons ever produced. Incredibly popular with celebrities and heads of state alike, it is a masterpiece of engineering and opulence.

Chassis 001580 is a rare right-hand drive four-door 600 Pullman and it is surely the most important 600 ever built. It was ordered and owned new by music legend and cultural icon, John Lennon and was equipped with a whole host of extras befitting one of the greatest music stars of all time.

While many Pullmans were furnished with trivial items such as a bar, Mr Lennon opted for features that helped provide a haven for his creativity. These included a Blaupunkt radio, Pioneer tape recorder, a Philips-Mignon record player and a number of speakers.

The chosen colour was DB 050, which is the understated yet elegant option of white and the interior was trimmed in a luxurious mixture of smooth plush back velour with black leather panelling, grey carpets and a cream headlining.

In the early 1970s, John Lennon moved to the United States and the Pullman was sold to fellow Beatle George Harrison. The car was then purchased from George Harrison by Mary Wilson of The Supremes and she used it while on tour in both the US and the UK. It stayed in her ownership for almost 15 years.

The car was completely restored by Mercedes-Benz themselves in the 1990s and presents exceptionally well throughout.

Tom Hartley Jnr
Barratt Mill
Shortheath, Moira, Swadlincote
Derbyshire Dales District
DE12 6BL
Vereinigtes Königreich
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