Dubbed the "Psychedelic Rolls" for its custom, hippie-trippy paint job, John Lennon's LSD-inspired Beatlemobile was once attacked by an outraged Englishwoman who, according to Lennon, smacked it with an umbrella and screamed "You swine! How dare you do that to a Rolls-Royce!"
An Austin Powers-style shaggin' wagon, Lennon's 1964 limo sports an electric-yellow spray job bedecked with groovy floral tendrils. Per the Beatle's specifications, it's also equipped with a customized back seat that converts into a double bed. Yeah, baby!
In 1977, Lennon donated his flower-power ride to the Smithsonian Institute, which in turn sold it at a 1985 Sotheby's auction for $2.3 million. The buyer, Canadian billionaire Jim Pattison, later donated it to Victoria, Canada's Royal British Columbia Museum.