Hooper & Co. was a British coachbuilding business for many years based in Westminster London. From 1805 to 1959 it was a notably successful maker, to special order, of luxury carriages both horse-drawn and motor-powered. Hooper was acquired by The Daimler Company in 1940, becoming part of the BSA industrial group.
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1952 Rolls Royce Phantom IV Sedanca de Ville
- Coachbuilder: Hooper & Co
- Chassis n°: 4AF20
- Engine n°: P10A
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