• 2011 Rolls-Royce Phantom ’Project Kocaine’ by Specialty Car Craft

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Before you jump up and protest the name of this tune-up project, understand first the concept behind its name. California-based Specialty Car Craft (SSC) – not to be confused with Shelby Super Cars – has prepared a razzle-dazzle kit for the Rolls-Royce Phantom called “Kocaine”.

While it’s hard to dismiss the nefarious implications of the name, SSC makes certain that there’s no connection between their project and that of the illegal substance. The Phantom was dressed up in a clean, matte Pearl White finish that has been customized by SSC themselves. To keep up to the car’s outstanding new custom-painted matte white finish, SSC also added a set of 26” Asanti wheels, giving it the proper stance befitting of a high-end, luxury Rolls-Royce Phantom.

Odd as the name choice was, the car nevertheless looks remarkably clean. It may not have the sophisticated options that other tuning company’s boast of, but for a car like the Phantom, sometimes, clean, white dress-ups are a good thing, especially if they come in a matte finish.


Source: Specialty Car Craft

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  (224) posted on 02.16.2012

Very expensive looking car, the white paint makes it standout and the rims are perfect for this car.

  (727) posted on 12.27.2011

I really don’t like the platform of Rolls-Royce’s vehicle! It is too plain and ordinary! However, I have to admit that when it comes into the interior of their vehicle, I’m absolutely so amazed on it.

  (449) posted on 11.28.2011

It really looks so stunning in its cool and hygienic body paint, and I love the design on its wheels. However, it was still looking like their typical vehicle. Anyway, I wonder if it is already on the market?

  (444) posted on 09.27.2011

The total platform and standard look of the car makes it stunning, though the name given to it is like more intriguing.

  (683) posted on 05.13.2011

I like the fact that this name called Kocaine has prepared its new specialty car craft, Nevertheless, this is also the most outstanding luxury car made. 

  (458) posted on 05.12.2011

What a waste on fewer things? What might you think it is a good model with a classy and elegant design. 

  (592) posted on 04.20.2011

This is most aerodynamic performance, I like the total appearance is clean and net designs

  (433) posted on 04.1.2011

Well, this one is actually a very good take on the Phantom, very clean and elegant, and with a good color scheme too. Now I wonder when they will do a “Project Marijuana” smiley

  (498) posted on 03.31.2011

That, grey color actually looks good on this one, simple and yet very elegant looking. And it’s really a good thing that they didn’t put too much chrome on this one.

  (409) posted on 03.31.2011

I would say that this one would be one of the coolest takes on the Phantom. It still looks very classy without being too high brow.

  (446) posted on 03.30.2011

OMG! What’s happening to 1 Rolls-Royce? Where is the classic and elegant look that once I have seen on them? I think their current model are getting lamer everytime!What a waste!

  (613) posted on 03.30.2011

I don’t see anything bad about the name except that, well it’s called Kocaine. If they have gone further with the drugs reference, then that’s the time that they will likely be in trouble.

  (539) posted on 03.30.2011

A rather off name for the whole thing, what were they thinking? But that aside, the car actually looks good, though the way they did the front makes it look more blocky than before.

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