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A Musical Roller

Rolls-Royce previously owned by musicians Kenney Jones and Vangelis to be auctioned

 

A 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III drophead coupé complete with ‘Chinese Eyes’ quad headlights that was owned by the drummer Kenney Jones and the electronic musician Vangelis is to be sold at auction next week.

 

The mid-metallic blue with beige hide interior stunner, which has been “recently unearthed from a London garage”, was one of a vast collection of cars owned by Stepney born Jones – a member of Small Faces, Faces, The Who, The Law and The Jones Gang – in the 1980s. The Conservative supporting, polo club owner sold the car to Vangelis in 1993 and in an interview with Luxurious Magazine remarked: “I had to downgrade to an Audi Q7 which was big enough to hold [my six children]”.

 

A Musical Roller – 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III drophead coupé – Ex drummer Kenney Jones and ex electronic musician Vangelis – To be sold by H&H Classics at their 29th March Imperial War Museum Duxford sale in Cambridgeshire – Estimate £150,000 to £180,000 ($186,000 to $224,000, €173,000 to €208,000 or درهم684,000 to درهم821,000)
Kenney and Jayne Jones at their Hurtwood Park Polo Club and Vangelis

 

Secretive Chariots of Fire score writer Vangelis – born Evanghelos Papathanassiou – kept the vehicle for 23 years yet hardly ever drove it. Despite him having left it in a London garage for decades, the vehicle “runs well” and is described by its owner as having a “very good” engine and “good” coachwork, paintwork and interior trim. Factory extras fitted to the vehicle include an electrically operated hood mechanism, electric windows and a cocktail cabinet with crystal glasses and a carafe under the dashboard.

 

H&H Classics have placed an estimate of £150,000 to £180,000 ($186,000 to $224,000, €173,000 to €208,000 or درهم684,000 to درهم821,000) on this “decidedly avant-garde, yet majestic” coupé and will sell it on 29th March at their Imperial War Museum Duxford sale in Cambridgeshire.

 

A Musical Roller – 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III drophead coupé – Ex drummer Kenney Jones and ex electronic musician Vangelis – To be sold by H&H Classics at their 29th March Imperial War Museum Duxford sale in Cambridgeshire – Estimate £150,000 to £180,000 ($186,000 to $224,000, €173,000 to €208,000 or درهم684,000 to درهم821,000)A Musical Roller – 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III drophead coupé – Ex drummer Kenney Jones and ex electronic musician Vangelis – To be sold by H&H Classics at their 29th March Imperial War Museum Duxford sale in Cambridgeshire – Estimate £150,000 to £180,000 ($186,000 to $224,000, €173,000 to €208,000 or درهم684,000 to درهم821,000)A Musical Roller – 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III drophead coupé – Ex drummer Kenney Jones and ex electronic musician Vangelis – To be sold by H&H Classics at their 29th March Imperial War Museum Duxford sale in Cambridgeshire – Estimate £150,000 to £180,000 ($186,000 to $224,000, €173,000 to €208,000 or درهم684,000 to درهم821,000)

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