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1930 ROLLS ROYCE PHANTOM II HOOPER ALL-WEATHER TOURER









1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Hooper All-Weather Tourer
Chassis Number: 143GN - Engine Number KX35
One-Off!
This beautiful example is a long wheelbase All-Weather Tourer designed and built by Hooper for Count P. Bon de Sousa of Paris. This car was built to Continental specifications and is equipped with chromium plated fittings, Lucas P100 headlamps, Rolls-Royce mascot, Lucas windscreen wipers, side lamps and a sun screen was fitted across the top of the windshield. Sometime in the early 1950’s the car was shipped across the pond with a GI to California. In 1970, the car moved to Northern California about 150 miles north of San Francisco. You can see a factory photo in Dalton’s “Those Elegant Rolls-Royce” on page 112. A meticulous restoration to the highest standard was carried out in 1995 and numerous awards, including many best of class have been won. After being in the same ownership for 37 years, this car is ready for the next chapter. Since its restoration, this car has won the RROC prestigious Hooper Award, honorary judges awards, and first in class at about every show it has been judged.