Admit it; you were probably a bit of a socialist in your youth. The majority of people go through a stage of leftist leanings before they get chewed up by the social machine that moulds them into hard-nosed hypocrites. And surely the most hypocritical thing of all would be to harbour liberal views whilst secretly yearning for that most capitalist of creations; the Rolls-Royce?
Stop worrying about what your comrades will think and look at it objectively. I’m not going to give you a lecture on the labour process so don’t worry. All I will say is that unless you’re living in a commune or camping out and feasting on the bounty of nature, there’s no shame in wanting that most iconic of luxury vehicles. Why, you wouldn’t be human if you didn’t covet at least something!
Regardless of your position, if you have the fiscal strength to consider making a Rolls-Royce your next ride then it’s obvious that you’re either extremely fortunate or an exceptionally hard worker. And why not celebrate that fact? Whether you’ve come into money or burnt the candle in the middle as well as at both ends, there’s no need to hide your light under a bushel. Be proud, stand tall and take charge of your driving destiny.
A used Rolls-Royce might be the perfect solution if you’re still feeling guilty. Fetching and fabulous, the iconic profile of a Roller is something that will evoke joy in any heart, and you can rest assured that whilst you’ll pay less, you’ll still get the best. Oh, sure, you could buy a rather nice three bedroom house for the lump sum price of a Rolls, but bricks and mortar won’t transport you about the place in style. If you’re looking for luxury, you’ll find it in a Rolls-Royce car.