Sunday, April 16, 2017

AUTOS: Easter Bunny leaving Loti and Bowties, with Rolls Royces customized by Rockers' Sprinkled in...



What's Black 'N Gold and looks like it's going 100-miles per hour sitting still?

NO! It's Not the James Bond Special Edition Lotus Evora or its predecessor, the Lotus Esprit, both of which I've scribbled 'bout previously here in Nofendersville.


As the news tidbit upon the Double Oh Seven Lotus appeared just days after having put thou Octopussy story to bed...


Instead, the answer to my highly amusing riddle is the just announced Lotus Evora John Player Special livery model, albeit I-T sounds like Lotus Cars parent company Proton's simply trying to keep basking in former glory, perceivably "Treading Water" instead 'O coming up with some cold, hard Dinero to produce some new models...

Whilst I know from past experience from my good friend Yutaka, who seemed quite enamoured with the 'lil Lotus Europa, especially the JPS edition I wasn't aware of, as I tend to recall he even had a 1:18 Diecast replica of the car, initially honouring 'Ol EMMO's (Emerson Fittipaldi) maiden F1 world championship for Colin Chapman Wayback in '72. Although I'm told that EMMO's Mutton Chops are NOT included; Hya!


As I definitely missed thou memo 'bout Lotus having rolled out a Jim Clark commemorative edition Elise limited to 25 cars circa '08...


As now we come full circle, with Lotus once again pushing thou Play button upon that veritable standby, cue the black 'N gold accents, which will inevitably tug at A-L-L of Yuhs Heartstrings, eh?


Meanwhile GM's busy gussying up its Corvette in similar fashion, albeit not quite so obvious, instead just going for a Heritage Edition of five blue Vettes' to sell to some deserving Japanese customers.


And lastly, if Y'all are still on a sugar high from eating too many Cadbury eggs, as please, leave Dem chocolate bunnies alone, as Thar pretty sensitive to having their ears bitten off; Hya!

Then perhaps you'll wish to peruse the story 'bout some classic Rockers' being enticed by rolls  to paint some Easter eggs; Err customize a limited number of Rolls latest offering...

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