This Rolls-Royce 20/25 features coachwork by the noted English coachbuilder Hooper & Co., which designed and built bodies for many Rolls-Royce chassis. It is one of three such bodies built; two survive today.
The body style is known as a Sport Salon and features the razor edge styling that had become fashionable in the late 1930's in England. The interior features walnut trim and an ebony picnic table in the rear passenger compartment.
The 20/25 Rolls-Royce was powered by a 260 cubic-inch, six-cylinder motor that develops 102 horsepower. The car's unique features include a sun roof and built-in jacking system.
The car was a silent witness to the 1937 coronation of King George VI in London. On the way to Buckingham Palace, the procession passed directly in front of the Hooper showroom where this car was on display. The current owner has owned this car for 2 decades and all 44 of the original tools are still with the car.