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Everybody apologises for everything. The whole notion of Johnny Rotten in the Sex Pistols was they didn't apologise for anything. Rare copies of the records can fetch as much as £6,000 even though hard-core punk fans have questioned the greatness of the band
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[gallery:2] The Sweptail sits on a Phantom platform - fitting, as the halo model of the range is also the largest and most opulent. It's powered by Rolls' 6.6-litre V12 engine, producing an 'adequate' 453bhp. On the styling front, the most striking part of the car is the treatment of the rear section. Classically upright it aint – the roof and rear arches continue back culminating in a long, sleek tail, while the rear window tapers to a point above the boot opening. Watch: RM Sotheby's Villa Erba auction Up front, the Sweptail is pure modern Rolls-Royce, with the iconic grille in this instance hand-polished to a brilliant mirror finish. The upright front contrasts with the flowing rear to give the Sweptail a gloriously dramatic look unlike any other Rolls-Royce. The panoramic glass roof illuminates a minimalist interior, ‘decked’ out in materials as rich as you’d expect from the marque.
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Image 2 of 6 Image 2 of 6 At the front, the face of the car remains strongly Phantom influenced, using Rollscontemporary, brutally square design language. The large grille is the biggest fitted to any ‘modern eraRolls-Royce, and was milled from solid aluminium before being polished by hand. Looking at the car in profile, things are clearly radically different to any Rolls Royce currently on sale. The rear tapers into a sharp point and is said to be the “ultimate homage to the world of racing yachts” – another key design influence of the Sweptail. Only two seats appear inside, with the rear bench making way for a hat shelf in a nod to Rolls-Royce GT cars from the 1920s and 30s. You may also have picked up on the “08” numbers engraved at the front and rear - these are milled from aluminium ingots, and serve as identification and registration marks.
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The Rolls-RoyceSweptail’ is a one-off, bespoke commission British firm open to more custom designs after revealing stunning customised 'coachbuild' machine This is the Rolls-RoyceSweptail’ – a one-off, bespoke commission that the British marque has hinted could lead to more personalised creations in future. The highly personalised two-seater, which has been built on the aluminium spaceframe architecture of the Phantom VII Coupe , was commissioned by an unnamed Rolls-Royce customer and unveiled at the Concorso d’Eleganza historic car show, held at Villa d’Esta on Lake Como, Italy. The owner of Sweptail worked directly with Rolls-Royce’s design department in its creation, over a period of around four years. The car, powered by the Phantom VII’s 6.75-litre V12 engine, features several unique design features, including a system that deploys a bottle of champagne at the touch of a button.
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notion of Johnny rotten in the six Pistols was they didn't apologise for anything. Rare copies of the wreckers can fit -- fetch as much as £6,000 even though hard-core punk fans have questioned the greatness of the bands. The six.
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dying seconds of the game. Joel Pohjanpalo! 6-2! He really makes a habit of this. He has only been on the pitch a matter of minutes
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Hello, this is Breakfast with Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty. Coming up before 7:00, Darren will be here with the weather. But first at 6:30, a summary of this morning's main news. Police investigating the Manchester suicide bombing have arrested three more men in the last 12 hours
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