This Rolls-Royce Phantom II Fixed Head Coupe wears coachwork by Hooper & Co. Chassis 70 TA was originally dispatched to Hooper on January 10th of 1935 and was expected to be completed in early March. It was finished in black with a brown mid-section. Inside, brown Vaumol leather and Burr Walnut trimmed the interior compartment. There was seating for two with large space behind the seats with room enough to accommodate suitcases, and golf clubs.
Later in the car's life, it was given a restoration and finished in grey and black. There are disc wheels, a tinted sun visor, Marchal lamps, a complete picnic set and a custom-made hood ornament in the style of Lalique.
In 2011, the car was offered for sale at the Gooding & Company auction in Scottsdale, Az. It was estimated to sell for $400,000 - $500,000. Bidding reached $350,000 but was not enough to satisfy the car's reserve. It would leave the auction unsold.