Junction Produce Goes Overboard on the Rolls-Royce Phantom

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The Hellaflush Japan Show bore witness to a Phantom with a little too much VIP treatment.

In Japan, they have a phrase for overdone body kits that appear to give a car the ultimate mix of both luxury and elegance - "VIP Style." This, however, is referred to as that but with one caveat: it just isn't quite right. Junction Produce brought their version of the Rolls-Royce Phantom to the Hellaflush Japan Show and what SpeedHunters captured on camera was more of a ghoul than a handsome Phantom.

The Rolls was sporting a clunky body kit affixed with LED daytime running lights that don't match the subtle elegance of the British luxury car. Even the forced addition of a set of 24-inch wheels seems to take the Phantom towards a different direction than for what it was intended. The tuners say they paid extremely close attention to detail when creating their Phantom, however it appears to be that they focused on the wrong details. An exhaust kit turns out to be the only improvement made on the business end of the Rolls-Royce.

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