As Bentley’s go, it’s heretical. Only the muted paint saves it from being abominable.
Nothing about this says tasteful or elegant. It says ricer with a trust fund. Is it fast? One hopes, since it was blindingly fast from the factory. The add-ons can’t kill too much speed, can they? Killing libidos is a different question entirely.
(Oh look! It’s for sale!!!) Couture Customs
Continue reading “Best Scirocco Ever”
35 years makes…
||1974–79: 127.2 in (3,231 mm) +9.3
||1977–79: 233.0 in (5,918 mm) +31.2
||1978–79: 79.9 in (2,029 mm) +4.0
||1978–79: 55.4 in (1,407 mm) -12.6
|4958 +/- at least +487
vs this: Continue reading “What a difference”
or something. The 1979 Lincoln Continental Mark V Cartier
More creamy goodness after the jump… Continue reading “Vanilla Mocha Latte”
This is one of my favorite cars, the Lincoln Continental Mark VI.
Yes, I was a Ford fan boy, predisposed to trying to love everything they made. But there was more than that here.
- I loved the whizbang technology of the “electronic” dash.
- At the time, I thought the proportions were better than the “look how long my dick hood is” proportions of the Mark V.
- 20 mpg on the highway? In a Lincoln? AYFKM?
- Yes, the styling was derivative. The deuce was still running the show, so of course it was.
Continue reading “Fancy Parking”
The Bentley Continental R.
it’s simple. Buy a new (to you) Bentley Continental GTC (look, no plate!).
Unload it a block off Rush street.
Cruise for babes, valet park…
Hookers and blow ensues (one hopes)