Wednesday, January 20, 2021

A perfect car for ‘The Throttler’?

Chelsea’s answer to John Lennon adapts a Nissan Primera

 

A recent addition to the streets of Chelsea is a Nissan Primera whose owner plainly took inspiration from John Lennon’s customised Rolls-Royce Phantom V.

 

Artist Jane Radford's flowery Nissan Primera
Artist Jane Radford’s flowery Nissan Primera

Did she take inspiration from John Lennon's Rolls-Royce Phantom V?
Did she take inspiration from John Lennon’s Rolls-Royce Phantom V?

Adorned with such comments as: “Brilliant thoughts of beauty, truth, healing and love” and decorated (we believe) by an artist named Jane Radford, this colourful creation is most definitely brightening the streets of SW3.

 

Like it or loathe it, we think Ms Radford should try and sell the car to Charles Saatchi. Maybe, just maybe it’d cheer ‘The Throttler’ up if he were to kick down on this beast’s accelerator and hit the road.

 

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    12 COMMENTS

    1. My flowering life car (illustrated above) was stolen approx 2 months ago after much petrol was stolen and was taken out by joy riders almost , well yes I’d say everytime I parked it for more than 5 minutes. How cynical and dark the world is that people would do that and no one with all the private and public CCTV cameras of RBKC filiming alll day and night that no one told me. You’d say, rightly the world has gone to hell. I never received any response to my previous email saying that I did give any permission nor was I present and I was not – when the above photo was taken. Who are you??? I’d say all the f*****s of Zugger, Zugite and this whole masonic dump creational universe of b******s who are so cold they might as well be automatums will never get a human incarnation ever again. They have gone to Hell. [EDITED DUE TO PROFANITY, THE REMAINDER OF THIS POST REMAINS]

      • You sound like Nathalie Pulford – the Bercow basher. Those who seek out attention (as you have done by painting your car in such a bizarre scheme) and then don’t like it when they get it, really should learn to think first. If you want not to be noticed, don’t paint your car… or take the bus.

    2. I’ve just read this article about me and my Nissan primera and its fine. I don’t know who hacked into my email and wrote the above but it wasn’t me. I have 22 years clean driving record and decorated the car as a bit of fun really, after someone scratched it the day after I bought it from Nyetimber in Chichester. It was parked well in a residents bay outside my home in Drayton Gardens SW10. I had some iridescent navy blue nail varnish in my bag, painted over the scratch and made a little flower at the end…. the rest happened over the next month or so. Sadly, the car was stolen 3 and half months later on September 23rd 2013. I did have fun driving it. Janie

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