Tint & Sound and John Lennon’s Phantom V Rolls Royce
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John Lennon shook up British aristocracy with his 1965 psychedelic Phantom V Rolls Royce, which is now being featured at Bonhams auction house in London, along with seven other notable RRs to celebrate the brand’s 92nd year.
According to Rolling Stone, the most unusual feature was the one-way passenger windows made of darkened Triplex Deeplight glass to shield riders from any gawking. Lennon admitted that “If it’s daylight when you’re coming in, it’s still dark inside the car – you just shut all the windows and you’re still in the club.” The icon of rock also enjoyed on-demand music from a state of the art Philips Auto-Mignon AG2101 “floating” record player with a suspension system that prevented the needle from jumping when the car was in use.