IT WAS once owned by former Beatle Paul McCartney and now it will have pride of place at a popular Hampshire car show.

With its unique 64 Mac number plate the shining Aston Martin DB5 will be part of the line up of vintage, classic and modern supercars at The Concorde Classics Car Show on September 3.

Macca ordered the Aston Martin DB5 fresh off the production line after the Fab 4 were at the height of their fame and had just finished the filming A Hard Day’s Night.

It was also just before they embarked on their 1964 world tour, including their historic first appearance on the legendary Ed Sullivan chat show on the other side of the pond.

He had special features put in the car - which years later was auctioned for £344,400 - including a record player and the black leather interior was stitched with patterns that resembled musical notes.

The iconic DB5, which is finished in Sierra Blue with a black leather interior, was also made famous by the James Bond movie Goldfinger.

It is the ninth year that the Concorde charity classic, sports and super car spectacular, which attracts petrol heads from miles around, has been held in the grounds of the Stoneham Lane, Eastleigh club.

The show is a money raiser for the Naomi House and Jacksplace Children’s Hospices near Winchester and over the years more than £67,000 has been clocked up for the charity.

If you ever dreamed of getting behind the wheel of a classic motor the Sporting Bears charity will be running ride outs in a large and dazzling array of cars.

The show’s organiser Rob Heard says: “ This year we have in our super car section a special display featuring some of the best Ferrari supercars, like the awesome 488 and F40. We even have a wonderful Koenigsegg Agera R on display.”

Also planned is a display of Gorden Keebles, Eastleigh’s very own supercars which rolled off the production line in the sixties.

There will be a large traders’ marquee, BBQ and a music playing throughout the day. Meet the Stig and a giant Scaletrix will set the fastest time around the track.

Tickets for the show, which is between 10 am and 4pm, will be on sale at the entrance for £5 per adult and £1 for children under 12.