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Bentley Mulsanne Turbo
Hooper 2-door saloon conversion


Contents of this page
1. General information about this car
2. Photos to introduce the car; if available
3. Copies of documentation, such as specifications and details of the Hooper coachbuilding; if available
4. Photos from the internet, Facebook and other sources; if available




Colour exterior

Acrylic Tudor red

Model year



Colour interior

Parchment, piped Scarlet, pure wool carpets in Red welted in matching Parchment, lambswool over rugs, Burr Walnut veneer

First owner

Bought back from the first owner after a "few hundred kilometres". Offered to Mr Mark Misaki (Japan) on 15th May 1989.



Factory features

Top roll and underdash trimmed in hide
Grab handle to front passenger cant rail
Picnic tables to rear of front seats
Cocktail requisites to centre litter bin comprising 2 whiskey flasks and 4 nip glasses
Box arm in rear centre arm rest
Fiamm horns
Shaded sundym glass to windscreen

Hooper coachbuilt

Two door body configuration
Up-dated to Turbo R suspension
Alloy Turbo R wheels
Bumper bars, colour co-ordinated front and rear with polished stainless steel inserts
Colour co-ordinated mirrors and whiper blades
NASA indentations to the bonnet, Hooper design
U.S. style headlights and colour co-ordinated headlight surrounds
Hooper mesh grille
Hooper front spoiler with built in fog lamps and side NASA ducts
Full side skirts and rear skirts with built in motorway lamp
Bentley badging to rear quarter panels
Hooper style coachlining including boot lid
Polished stainless steel inserts to tail lights
Hooper chromed alloy wheels with Satin Black finishing to airway ducts
Bentley B badge enamelled in Black to centre of wheel
Glass sliding sunshine roof to driver's compartment, solar protected
Door capping rails, Burr Walnut fully veneered, including quarter panel rails, with cross banding
Front door pads fully veneered
Let hand side quarter panel area with built in storage for cassettes
Full leather headlining including parcel shelf, in Parchment
Top roll finished in Red to match interior
Lower roll finished in Parchment
Hooper style console, finished in Parchment, containing Hooper digital read-out tachometer, Turbo boost gauge and graphic equaliser to match Blaupunkt Toronto system
Hooper roll top to storage area
Special clock fitted to rear of console, made by Garrards of London, the Queen's Jewellers
Fulle memorised seat system, Hooper design, pre RR system
Hooper sports steering wheel trimmed in Red, including horn push with enamelled Bentley badge to horn push

Further remarks

Initially ordered by Kuwait Automobile and Trading Co., but delivered new by Saudi Arabian Markets Ltd., Jeddah

3. Copies of documentation


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