Obviously not previously owned by any Tom, Dick or Harry, this 'garage found' 1965 Austin Mini Cooper Radford was once the property of Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
The car may be the only unrestored example with Beatles connections. After Epstein’s ownership, the Mini passed on to George Harrison’s brother, Peter Harrison, who kept it until December 1971, suggesting that the Beatles probably came into contact with the car.
The Mini by Coys at their traditional Blenheim Palace sale this Saturday 29 June. It is estimated at £18,000 to £22,000. In addition, an 1994 Audi Cabriolet 2.3E once owned by Diana, Princess of Wales, will also be offered.
Source: Honest John Classics