The Top 25 Coolest, Craziest Rolls Royce Customs You’ve Ever Seen

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Complex put together this really cool assembly of Rolls Royces. Prepare to be amazed.

Phantom Drophead Coupe

Tuner/kit: Mansory

Pearl paint, a brushed stainless steel hood, and the dark skirt accents make this one car we’d love to take home, get into our bedroom and drop its top.

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Phantom Drophead Coupe

Tuner/kit: Private – Somebody super rich in Dubai

How unfortunate is it that we’ll just automatically associate Justin Bieber with anything that’s got this much chrome?

Phantom Drophead Coupe

 

Ghost

Tuner/kit: Private

Things that should never happen on a Rolls-Royce: candy red paint. Leave that for the donks.

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Ghost

Tuner/kit: Private

This fine specimen has every finish going on. You’ve got some chrome, you’ve got some matte, and you’ve got some gloss. Somehow, they all tie in together pretty nicely.

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Phantom

Tuner/kit: Private – Whoever that guy is.

You know the reaction face you unintentionally get when somebody like DeAndre Jordan puts his (we’ll keep this PG) kneecaps in somebody’s eye socket and throws down a slammer jammer? That’s the face we made when we saw this ill Rolls. We bought our plane ticket to Europe five minutes ago, so we can go hunt this down and steal it.

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Phantom Limo

Tuner/kit: Star Customs

Rolls-Royces are already pretty much personal limousines in their own right, but if you want to extend a few invitations, Star Customs created this stretch to accomodate your popularity. Have fun, Mr. Prom King.

Phantom Limo

Chrysler 300-turned-Phantom

Tuner/kit: Private

All you have to do is look at the door handles to know that this is 116 percent fake.

Chrysler 300-turned-Phantom

Phantom Drophead Coupe

Tuner/kit: Private – T-Pain

Shawwwtayyyyyyyy. T-Pain loves his classics, but he doesn’t shy away from the modern luxury, either. Of course, he had to add his own personal touch.

 

Phantom Drophead Coupe

Ghost

Tuner/kit: Fenice

Fenice must have just been sitting down one day, wondering how it would be possible to jack up the price on a car as quickly as possible with as little material as possible. It’d be hard to top this overkill, as Fenice placed actual 24K gold throughout the interior and all over the exterior. The program was appropriately named The Diva.

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Phantom

Tuner/kit: Albagali Design

Abu Dhabi Motors is the biggest BMW, Rolls-Royce, and Mini dealership in the world. It’s so big that it holds its own art exhibitions. This Phantom was found among the sea of other works, jazzed up in a one-of-a-kind barcode-esque paint job.

 

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Phantom

Tuner/kit: Platinum Motorsport and Mansory

Platinum Motorsport really dialed in on the wow factor with this next number. As you’ll see on a few of the others on this list, shiny gold is tossed around way too often. That’s why Platinum muted the color, coupling it with the always-awesome matte-black look for a completely unique car.

 

Phantom

Ghost

Tuner/kit: Fenice

Is it weird if we’d actually love to drive this around? We’ve (or, at least, I’ve) gotten really into the deep purple look lately. I would just have to worry about getting mobbed with people trying to rip off the 24K gold on this thing.

 

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Phantom

Tuner/kit: Private

The tri-color is ugly, the two-tone rims are ugly, and the grille is ugly. We can’t handle three types of ugly all on one car.

 

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1965 Phantom V

Tuner/kit: Private – John Lennon

Lennon is legendary for all sorts of reasons outside of the automotive world, but we’ll never forget this incredible piece of art.

1965 Phantom V

Ghost

Tuner/kit: Wald International

Wald has created a line of custom vehicles under the Black Bison Edition name, and this is one of our favorites. The LED handlebars give the front an entirely different look, while the deep black and silver deep contrast rims maintain an edgy look.

 

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Phantom Drophead Coupe

Tuner/kit: Wald International

Black Bison numero dos.

 

Phantom Drophead Coupe

Phantom Drophead Coupe

Tuner/kit: Ace Whips

Good old Ace Whips, you’ve done it again. Twenty-six-inch Asantis on a drophead? Like every other car you guys do up, y’all crazy for this one.

 

Phantom Drophead Coupe

Ghost

Tuner/kit: Mansory

The white-out Vellano wheels really give this snowy custom a bold presence. For once, the Mansory kit isn’t too outrageous.

 

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1971 Silver Shadow via a Ford Ranch Wagon

Tuner/kit: Private

Somebody was feeling pretty ambitious with this one, weren’t they? Putting aside the ridiculous notion that a Ford could look like a Roll-Royce, the work on this chopped car is actually pretty seamless. Part of the description reads, “The ultimate utilitarian vehicle. One of eight professionally built using authentic R-R grille, fenders, bumper, badges, etc. All metal.”

 

1971 Silver Shadow via a Ford Ranch Wagon

Silver Shadow Coupe

Tuner/kit: Private

The image you see above actually brings about an interesting lane. There are certain classic cars that could actually rock this look. They’re called hot rods. This Silver Shadow is obviously a classic, as well, just a different type; a type that doesn’t look good in flames.

 

Silver Shadow Coupe

1954 Silver Dawn

Tuner/kit: Detroit Customs

This guy was found at a Barrett-Jackson lot with a price of $225,500 and features an air-ride suspension and a 383cid Chevy small block engine. It’s unfortunate those 22-inch rims, which belong on a Chrysler 300, ruined the entire look and feel.

 

1954 Silver Dawn

Phantom Drophead Coupe

Tuner/kit: Private – Prince Marcus von Anhalt

The Prince is actually adopted, but he’s got loads of money, thanks to owning a line of brothels and nightclubs. This rolling stunt is a promotion for the Royal Race, a Gumball-like rally.

 

Phantom Drophead Coupe

Ghost

Tuner/kit: Mansory

You didn’t expect something this loud to be anybody other than Mansory, did you? Here’s your proof that gold and bright blue will NEVER work well together.

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