Coming back from a production in downtown Pittsburgh I saw the Phantom at a stoplight, and no matter how ugly some people say this car is, it's definitely incredible to see it in person. Absolutely majestic. Too bad the guy had to ruin it with 19" bright chrome spinners, ha.
Originally posted by El Presidente@Nov 3 2004, 04:28 PM anyone who buys a rolls and drives it themself is a pompus asshat. Rolls are meant to be ridden in.
word..there were two guys down the street from my parents summer home, one was 80 something and didn't walk and he had a driver and a maybach, and the other just had too much money and had a phantom and a chauffeur.....both cars are incredible, and the owners weren't too shabby themselves
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There are a lot of Bentleys around here, and they are so beautiful I totally agree Rollers are meant to ride in, like limos. And spinners are lame, stupid. They do the one thing to wheels you wanna avoid, add unsprung weight
I have seem about 6 different continental GT in toronto, one guy even had the lience plate ( Cont GT ), 1 guy I kept on driving next to him, kind of made him nervous. The wing behind the continental GT is massive.
But I have only seen 1 phantom, the guy was getting driven in the rain.
Originally posted by 24valve@Nov 1 2004, 10:12 AM Coming back from a production in downtown Pittsburgh I saw the Phantom at a stoplight, and no matter how ugly some people say this car is, it's definitely incredible to see it in person. Absolutely majestic. Too bad the guy had to ruin it with 19" bright chrome spinners, ha.
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