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Hooper & Co. Rolls Royce Phantom II Open Tourer
Hooper & Co. Rolls Royce Phantom II Open Tourer
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Description

The Phantom II was the replacement model of the 'New Phantom' (later often referred to as the Phantom I) in Rolls-Royce's offerings between 1929 and 1936. About 1402 units of the Phantom II were made and of the Phantom II Continental, 278 examples are recorded. The Phantom II was the last of the great six cylinder Rolls-Royces whose development had entirely been supervised by F. Henry Royce himself. Only the chassis and mechanical parts were made by Rolls-Royce. The body was made and fitted by a coachbuilder selected by the client.

This very stylish Phantom II (chassis #21JS) is fitted with a well-proportioned Hooper Cabriolet body with wind-up windows was ordered in 1932 by a certain Captain R. Glen from the Bas Pyrennes area of Anglet.

27.07.17
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