There are some cars that just rock and some cars that blow, but Jalopnik readers have found the ten cars that manage to do both at the same time.
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Now, we're not saing that everyone who drives these cars has cocaine on them. (Police, please do not consider driving a 1980s Lamborghini a primary offense.) But for whatever reason readers think that for each of these cars there's been at least one owner with a gold chain, a rug's worth of chest hair, and a really hyper attitude.
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The DeLorean is such a cokemobile, its creator John Z. Delorean got wrapped up in a coke scam while trying to get it funding.
Suggested By: ATX211, Photo Credit: Athena
The most coked-out Lambo story is when Miles Davis got into a crash with two bags of coke in his Lamborghini Miura and was saved by filmmaker James Glickenhaus, but that was just a introduction to the great cocaine-itude of the big daddy V12 Lambo, the Countach. Later American models had a front spoiler so you had another spot to do a line if the rear spoiler, roof, and dashboard were already taken.
Suggested By: Everyone, Photo Credit: Otis Blank
The Prancing Horse on these '80s Testarossas always looked a bit more skittish than they did on any other car.
Suggested By: Brian, The Life of, Photo Credit: RedTail_Panther
Not every dealer sticks to the rule "don't get high off your own supply."
Suggested By: Viperfan1, Photo Credit: Roger Barker
Back in the '70s, if you were a plutocrat doing some blow, you had a Rolls-Royce. Kingpins of today rep Maybach. It even has little privacy curtains in the back so the plebes don't see your illicit activities.
Suggested By: davidj210, Photo Credit: Philipp Lücke
If there was one car that could have well been made out of cocaine, it would be the Stutz Bearcat, the absolute pinnacle of '70s excess. It was the decade that taste forgot.
Suggested By: JAy Lutz, Photo Credit: Stutz via Alden Jewell
If you were a go-getter back in the Me Decade, the car you aspired to was an extra-aerodynamic Porsche.
Suggested By: ADDvanced, Photo Credit: Gemballa
You can practically taste the Wall Street excess when you look at one of these huge BMW 8 series coupes. No wait, my gums are all numb.
Suggested By: Nibbles, Photo Credit: Shane K
The mirror finish does double duty for the right owner.
Suggested By: 6cyl, Photo Credit: Niklas Emmerich Photography
There is no car that says you have coke on your person (and probably the clap) quite as well as America's 1980s supercar extraordinaire, the Vector. Just check out their cheesecake PR material.
Suggested By: Estoque21, Photo Credit: Vector