Sir Paul McCartney tour bus restored in Thorpe-le-Soken

A BUS which was made famous when it was taken on tour by a Beatles legend has been restored by a vehicle repair expert – and is now valued at £1million.

Bradley Earl, 34, who runs Simon Morris Thorpe Ltd, in Thorpe-le-Soken has spent 16 months working on a bus which once belonged to Sir Paul McCartney.

The large vehicle, which was once used for traditional services in Essex, was acquired by the icon in the 1970s before being redesigned in psychedelic colours.

McCartney then used the eye-catching open-top bus to embark on a lengthy tour of Europe with his newly-formed band Wings in 1972.

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