Sir Paul McCartney’s 1960 DB4 art RM Oct. 31st

Sir Paul McCartney 1964 Aston Martin DB4 Auctioned

Sir Paul McCartney’s 1964 Aston Martin DB4 will be up for grab at the RM Auctions’ annual London sale on the 31s of this month. Can you guess the estimate?

James Bond and Beatles fans, eat your heart out. Sir Paul McCartney’s 1960 DB4, delivered new that year to the Beatles member will be hitting the auction hammer. RM’s upcoming October 31st sale promises some fantastic cars as usual, with a highlight on Great Britain’s best, including seven Aston Martin, an exceptionally rare 2001 Vanquish Prototype, the second produced by the factory, DB4s, DB5s and DB6s whose values have steadily increased over the past years.

Sir Paul McCartney’s 1960 DB4. This car will most likely command a premium. Not only was the car delivered new to McCartney in 1964 but it also comes with a heritage certificate from the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust confirming this fact. It also includes a Philips Auto-Mignon record player, fittingly for a Beatles member. How much? The estimates range from $575,000 to 605,000.


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Which is it, a 1960 DB4 or a 1964 DB5? Get an editor!
It's obviously a DB4. Sure, you want to be my editor?
I thought he had a hardtop
It didn't mention a hard top anywhere. There must have been one, especially considering when it was purchased.