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Saturday, March 07, 2015

Granny's Phantom

Oh dear me.....
I don't like this.

My Granny loved needlepoint.

Pretty doilies....

Pretty tea cups.
"More tea Vicar?"

Yes, Messrs. Rolls and Royce did supply chassis for cars that would indeed end up with interesting interiors.

But that was a hundred years ago.

That stuff does NOT work on a modern car...

I guess Goodwood got somebody's Granny into the styling department for the day.....

Sorry, I don't like the new 'Serenity' edition Phantom.

My Granny would've...

RRMC quotes : "Serenity sets a new benchmark for luxury individualization in the motor industry"

"Embodying tranquility and offering sanctuary for reflection, the Serenity Phantom takes its inspiration from the idyllic and artistic gardens of Japan....."

"...Complete with blossom motif to signify the the position of the owner and the chauffeur...."

"...continuing the theme of ultimate luxury, hand painted intricately weaved silks, smoked cherrywood with bamboo cross banding and laser cut hand applied mother of pearl inlays combine to reinforce the rear compartment of the Phantom as the most tranquil place to be, a place where time and the outside world will simply slip past....."

Just like my Granny's house.

No thanks.

Posted by David Irvine)

Sorry, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, that's a first for me....


At 1:51 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not for me, but I can appreciate the craftsmanship and I am sure it will appeal to a certain kind of buyer. It reminds me of some of the Phantom VI from the seventies.


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