From the UK Sun newspaper, some nice photos in the web link
A VINTAGE Ferrari that once belonged to Rolling Stones legend Keith Richards is now on the market for £389,000.
Richards roared around in the Ferrari Dino 246 GT during the Stones 70s heyday when they churned out classic albums such as Exile on Main Street and Sticky Fingers.
Richards, responsible for some of the greatest guitar riffs of all time, clocked up around 25,000 miles in the Italian sports car before the keys were handed over to a private Japanese collector in the 80s.
The racer can hit a top speed of 146mph and is up for auction at RM Sothebys in Monterey, California, US.
Richards would have paid around £5,485 for the car, which is now worth around 70 times its original retail price.