The Cars That The Beatles Drove

The Beatles at the press launch for their new album 'Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band', held at Brian Epstein's house at 24 Chapel Street, London, 19th May 1967. Left to right: George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Ringo Starr, John Lennon (1940 - 1980) and Paul McCartney. (Photo by John Downing/Getty Images)

In which car did John Lennon get his license? What was the first car Paul McCartney bought? What anecdotes could George Harrison’s psychedelic Mini tell us? We find out the answers to these particular questions in the video below.

Baby you can drive my car, yes I’m gonna be a star, baby you can drive my car and maybe I’ll love you.’ Although the words of the chorus of the famous song from ‘Rubber Soul (1965)’ supposedly come from the mouth of an aspiring actress and not Paul McCartney, they fit like a glove: ‘Baby you can drive my car, yes I’m gonna be a star, baby you can drive my car and I might love you.’ In general, to all the Beatles: they became stars and there were many who dreamed of driving their cars or simply riding in them.

This quartet from Liverpool, for many the greatest in history, enjoyed the honey of success from their early years, which meant having a lot of money and being able to buy any whim. In the equation, cars appear naturally. The cars of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, currently auction meat, were many and some of them are an icon of the ‘Beatles universe’, which could well be compared to the Abbey Road studios.

Let’s see in the video below the Cars that The Beatles drove: