When is a car not a car? An odd question, but appropriate for the buyer who views an automobile as something other than mere transportation. How do you celebrate success, indulge your personal sense of style, and insure that your entrance on the world's stage is grand? At what point is a car's competition a piece of… »
The richest of the rich are going berserk for Rolls Royces, gobbling up cars faster than ever before. »
Forget the fancy mustard, you can bet this badass custom Rolls Royce pickup is packin' nothing but BBQ sauce in the glovebox. »
So yeah. I made this about car living in Indonesia. Because Indonesian car enjoys, well, a rather harsh life in here.
And Let's begin from the top, Shall we?
Oh look, a Michigan man had a 500 horsepower Viper V10 installed in a 1930 Rolls-Royce. I think I just found my new dream car. »
Over 25 years ago, one fine gentleman passed another fine gentleman a jar of Grey Poupon. But it seems that wasn't the whole story. Apparently, that old ad didn't actually end with "But of course." »
Normally, car carriers are meant to protect cars from the dangers of the road during transport. However, if the guy driving the truck is one of the unlucky few who gets his trailer nailed by a train, well, I don't have to tell you how much protection that offers. »
It's being advertised as a "Rolls Royce" custom wagon, but a closer look reveals this interesting custom creation is little more than a 1971 Ford Custom Ranch Wagon wearing the disguise of an English luxury car. Currently listed for sale on Hemmings, where we came across this unique wagon, the seller claims it was 1… »
It's hard to believe until you witness the sheer power in the above video, but this full bodied vintage Rolls Royce is capable of a 8.09 second 1/4 mile. According to the builder, the car is still 100% street legal although it has slimmed down quite a bit to a 3050lb race weight. Helping move this British steel down… »
For part 87 of our continuing report: "Wealthy People Being Cheap," we turn to Freehold, N.J., where the owner of a Rolls-Royce Phantom needed to stop into Walmart for savings — but didn't want to skimp on the parking spaces. »
Fifty years ago on this day, three months after he became the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin was welcomed in London for a parade where he was given a Rolls–Royce bearing the plates YG 1 to drive. »
If you have the means to own and maintain one of the earliest Rolls–Royces ever made, you too can make participation in the recession a choice instead of a fact of life. The downside would be serious exposure to the elements and a total lack of lumbar support. Oh, the rich. »
Currently listed on Ebay, this replica Rolls Royce phantom limo will have everyone thinking you are arriving in a 1996 Lincoln converted to look a Rolls Royce for the price of a 1996 Lincoln converted to look like a Rolls Royce. »