By Ben Bowers
on 1.12.11

Owning a Ferrari 300GT 2+2 coupe would be cool on its own, but acquiring one originally owned by John Lennon — that also happened to be his first car — takes things to an entirely different level. While Lennon himself paid about $3,104 for the whip back in 1965 after passing his driver’s test, rest assured that the newly restored car will sell for somewhere between $150,000-$220,000 for the lucky buyer who wins the bid on February 5th at the French Auction house Bonhams. If one of you readers win, we expect to receive photos immediately when the car arrives. Just in case none of you manages to drive home with it though, we’ve embedded more photos after the break.

Buy Now: $150k+

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