This classic beauty is still a head-turner after 29 years. I bought the car in August of 2006 for my father in law. Odometer read 93460 but it wasn't turning over, sent it out to get fixed; It came back reset to zero! That's why it reads 1635 now. I am not a mechanic but I can tell you this car starts and runs: It leaks mineral oil, has some dings and scratches, battery drains ( I use the main switch in truck to prevent drain), has water damage in rear parcel tray, cracks, crazes and tears on leather upholstery as shown. Minor damage to left rear corner and grill with amateur repair. Please examine the pictures, I am happy to answer questions, you are welcome to see the car before you bid.
I am starting the bidding for less then the value of this vehicle as a parts car. NO RESERVE!
Sold as is, no guarantees or warranties.
Thanks for looking.
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Wafting In The Fastest And Most Powerful Vehicle RR Has Ever Made
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It is said that Rolls-Royce co-founder Sir Henry Royce once proclaimed: "Take the best that exists and make it better: When it does not exist, design it." The second part of that quote is most curious, as the century-old automaker recently introduced an all-new Ghost-based coupe with no apparent peers - a two-door boasting a 624-horsepower, twin-turbocharged V12 with rear-wheel drive and sleek fastback styling.
Yet despite its specifications, it was never planned to be a sports coupe. Rather, the British automaker tells us that it was thoroughly engineered to be, "a car where the sense of arrival and joy of the journey are as important as the canvas upon which it is drawn." Whatever that means.
The evolution of automotive marketing has undergone a number of strange phases. Few, though, match the strangeness of the 1930s to 1950s, when automotive marketers turned to cookbooks as a means of promoting their vehicles. Yes, cookbooks. We can't make this stuff up, folks.
Wed, 20 Feb 2013 16:58:00 EST
This bizarre trend led to General Motors distributing cookbooks under the guise of its then-subsidiary Frigidaire. Ford, meanwhile, offered a compilation of recipes from Ford Credit Employees (shown above). The cookbook-craze wasn't limited to domestic manufacturers, though. As The Detroit News discovered, both Rolls-Royce and Volkswagen got in on the trend, although not until the 1970s.
The News has the full story on this strange bit of marketing. Head over and take a look.
Grey Poupon mustard will revive the concept behind its famous Pardon Me commercials with a new ad that will air only once on television during this Sunday's broadcast of the Academy Awards.
The original spot, which showed two one-percenters sharing the condiment between their Rolls-Royces at an intersection, first aired all the way back in 1981, and variations of it continued up through 1997. Kraft, owner of the Grey Poupon brand, is hoping that reviving the commercial will boost sagging sales and raise the mustard's profile with a younger generation of fancy folk.
So why are we talking about this on Autoblog? Because the new version of the ad won't end with a polite passing of the bottle. Rather, we're told a car chase ensues when the Grey Poupon's owner doesn't get it back. We're assuming the two cars in question will again be a pair of Rolls-Royce sedans, probably Phantoms unless they go with more vintage model years.