Well, not really. But if Nick Hogan did have one, this is totally the Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe he'd drive. In fact, we bet he has a poster of this exact car on his jail cell wall right now. We'd also say the odds are high on this Phantom sticking out like a sore thumb at the Pebble Beach Concours.
We've done a couple of double-takes at these shots taken by Jalopnik reader and tipster Sam as he traveled south on the 101 in California that appear to show the the drop-top Drophead Rolls. But, with the missing Rolls insignia and emblems it's looking a lot like the spy photos we saw of the upcoming Coupé dressed up as … »
A few years back, we actually ponied up the $80 to attend our 10-year reunion, but got the dates screwed up and missed it. Still, a few friends of ours did make it, and the reports were excellent. The bullying jock we hated the most is not only pushing 400 pounds and saddled with a couple of illegitimate offspring, but … »
You have been warned. Anyone who votes against the Daimler Double Six 50 Sport Corsica Drophead Coupe's induction into the Jalopnik Fantasy Garage will be ceremoniously banned, without possibility of appeal. Sayonara. Auf Wiedersehen. Fugedaboudit. [Not really, but you get the sentiment — ed.] However, we are not… »
A late-'70s Lincoln for the experimental jet set, Eurotrash and stars, the Phantom Drophead Coup shed its tarp at the Detroit Auto Show. The chaps who brought the news from Crewe to Goodwood under the leadership of their Bavarian overlords call it such things as a "less formal interpretation of classic Rolls Royce… »
Official pics of the new Rolls-Royce drophead (that's convertible, yank) hit the webs last night, bringing full circle the narrative thread started with the 100EX concept in 2004. The newest of swank ragtops, which shares its mechanicals with the Phantom, will enjoy its deb ball at the Detroit show next month, ahead of … »
The Bentley Azure is going to be big. No wait, it already is. And just in case you thought Bentley was still a British brand, its German masters chose Frankfurt to unveil their Lord Humongous two-door drop-top. To be fair, the Azure is based on the anglophile's favorite flying brick, the Arnage, whose twin-turbo V8 has … »