The infrared (IR) phonon properties of one-dimensional (1D) metallic peanut-shaped C60 polymers, which exhibit an energy gap below 60 K [Y. Toda etal, Appl. Phys. Lett. 92, 094102 (2008)] that is similar to the Peierls transition of quasi-1D metallic materials, have been examined in the temperature range of 30–300 K by high-resolution in-situ IR spectroscopy. We observed an IR phonon anomaly in which two new IR modes appear at 50 K and become increasingly anomalous with decreasing temperature in a similar manner as phase phonons associated with charge density waves in quasi-1D condensates.