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|Manufacturers||Rolls-Royce||1935 Rolls-Royce Phantom II||Hooper|
|Since 1807 Hooper & Co (Coachbuilders) Ltd has been creating the world's|
finest and most individualised form of transportation. Associated with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars since 1909, Hooper & Co (Coachbuilders) Ltd founded its considerable
reputation on Royal Patronage through nine reigns of Kings & Queens of England.
Hooper and Company was established in 1807 with premises in Haymarket
London, and has been associated with Rolls-Royce motor cars since 1909. The company has a foundation of considerable Royal Patronage and has supplied
bespoke vehicles usually based on Rolls-Royce or Bentley to the last nine reigns of Great Britain's monarchy. Hooper & Co. has had Royal Warrants granted from almost all of the Crowned Heads of Europe. With a tradition of a hundred years of superb craftsmanship, Hooper & Co readily adapted themselves to the age of motoring.
An early commission was to build a coachbuilt body on a Daimler chassis for King Edward VII in 1903.
2003 saw the Partnership with the established firm of Aaron Green. Aaron Green, owner of Aaron's Bodyworks Ltd has built his reputation as an expert in car repairs and restoration, and holds a coveted contract with Ferrari.
Hooper co (Coachbuilders) Ltd expects to produce between 15-20 hand built Roadsters and Coupes each year. Modern refurbished Mercedes engines and transmission units will power these unique motorcars.