THE STONES, KINKS & WHO: Rock and Rollers

Rolls-Royce has teamed with with rockers Roger Daltrey and Ray Davies on one-of-a-kind vehicles that will be auctioned off later this year with part of the proceeds going to the artist's favorite charities.

Dubbed “Wraith Inspired by British Music,” the two singers met with designers of the luxury car line to add their unique touches.

Daltrey's designs will be on two cars, one of which features the cover art of The Who's Tommy on the hood. In addition, the leather between the rear seats is embroidered with a representation of a pinball machine and lyrics from "Tommy Can You Hear Me" and "Listening to You/See Me Feel Me" are engraved in the copper door inserts.

Ray's car has Kinks lyrics in his own handwriting engraved on the door inserts and other custom elements.

The company also created Rollers with the aid of Giles Martin (in memory of his father George), Ron Wood, Shirley Bassey and Francis Rossi of Status Quo

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