You might have seen The Spirit of Ecstasy, a statuette depicting a woman leaning forward spreading her wings, in a bunch of rap videos, but the inspiration for the ornament, also known as The Flying Lady, is a story of passion and love, and the social and economic statuses that lead to its secrecy. To celebrate the world’s most famous hood ornament turning 100 years old, Rolls- Royce will be rolling out its Centenary Collection limited to 100 Phantomswith just 21 one of those hitting the States. She might be a hundred, but this GMILF still looks mighty damn fine sitting on the hood of a car. We'd hit it.
[via European Car Web]