John Lennon‘s 1964 Rolls-Royce is set to go on display in a new exhibition in London later this month.

The late Beatle‘s customised Phantom V was purchased by Lennon for £6600 in December 1964, and he wasted little time in adding extra features to the car.

Lennon added a record player, an eight-track tape player, a radio phone and a fridge in the back soon after purchasing the car – which he had to be chauffeur-driven in initially as he didn’t have a driver’s license until February 1965 – while he later installed a TV and a rear seat that converted to a bed.