AB/3 has a bit of pop history as well, originally bought by bass guitarist Jack Bruce, a member of the hit-making British rock band, Cream.
That’s the band formed by Eric Clapton in 1966 with Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce.
They had an album called Wheels of Fire, which might have had something to do with Jim Webb’s example, but it clearly didn’t apply to the just-sold Durango.
Bruce apparently sold AB/3 to Canadian collector and car designer Dr Clyde Kwok, who, in turn, sold it to another Canadian car nut in 1983.
The other right-hand-drive car — chassis AB/4 — is in the UK undergoing restoration for its owner, well-known scientist and motorsportsman Dr Colin Feyerabend.
AB/3 recently formed part of the Hollywood Dream Machines – Vehicles of Science Fiction and Fantasy exhibit at the famous Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, as the Durango 95 from A Clockwork Orange.