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Insane six-wheeled Rolls-Royce Phantom spotted at Dutch airport

by | Last updated on Jun 21, 2022 at 7:52AM | Published on Jun 21, 2022 | Cars

Rolls-Royce Phantom at Dutch airport modified to feature six-wheel drive

A Rolls-Royce Phantom that’s been hacked up into a 6×6 off-road monster has been spotted at a Dutch airport.

While we’ve seen plenty of crazy builds in our time, never have we seen something quite like this.

Photos posted to Facebook show the crazy creation at Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands.

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The car appears to have come from Luxembourg as it’s wearing registration plates from there.

Based on a Series 1 Rolls-Royce Phantom, the car has been extended from behind the rear glass, now sporting a much longer boot.

That’s obviously to accomodate the extra axle mounted at the back to fit the extra wheels to.

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Those wheels are seriously massive as well, with big fender flares fitted front and rear to accomodate them.

You can clearly see from behind the car just how much wider it now sits.

Only making it more of a Mad Max creation is the big roof rack on top, along with front and rear nudge bars.

There’s a big lightbar attached to the roof rack as well, while the headlights are tinted yellow.

A set of side steps is also fitted to the Phantom. Hilariously, there’s even now a tow hitch at the back.

While you could use a Cullinan if you wanted to go off-road in a Rolls-Royce, we’d much rather take this crazy Phantom.

It’s unclear who owns it or if it’s been created as something like a movie prop, but we’ll definitely be keeping our eyes for it appearing elsewhere.

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