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Bentley Turbo R
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

Masons Black

Model year



Colour interior

Black leather piped yellow; black lambswool rugs with Bentley motif; black Wilton carpets bound in yellow

First owner

H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad al Thani of the Embassy of the State of Qatar in London



236D191 (UK), E636CGO (UK),
EWG934 (SWE)

Factory features


Hooper coachbuilt

Basic two door version
Hooper coachbuilt smaller rear window
Hooper steel sunroof
Hooper front spoiler with built in fog lights
Colour keyed bumper bars, mirrors and whiper blades
Chromed alloy wheels with enamelled Bentley B to match exterior colour
Roof mounted peak aerial
Stainless steel inserts to rear tail lights
Stainless steel sills
Chromed alloy wheels with enamelled Bentley B to match exterior colour
Hooper badge to rear of boot lid
New style 'Flying B' to boot lock
Flying 'B' mascot to radiator shell
New style Hooper coachline in red
Bonnet with NASA air ducts
Hooper badge bar to front bumper
Map pocket veneered to both front doors
Veneered rear quarter panels and door capping rails
Hooper centre console
Hooper sports steering wheel
Refrigerator between rear seat cushions in place of centre arm rest
Two cut crystal glasses to each rear quarter
Gold plate on 2 door handles, 2 door locks, 2 radiator shell badges, 2 front wing turbo badges, 2 rear quarter motifs,
1 Hooper boot badge, 1 Turbo boot badge, 1 Hooper boot lock cover badge

Further remarks

When new the car was registered in the United Kingdom on 17th June 1988.
From 25th July 2005: H.H. Sheikh Mohamed bin Khalifa al Yhan
Auctioned at Bonhams on 6th December 2006
New owner used the car in the United Kingdom and in Sweden
Acquired by a new Swedish owner on 9th September 2015

3. Copies of documentation

Documents of the donor car

Hooper documents

This car featured in The Spirit, magazine of the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club SZ Register:

4. Photos from the internet, Facebook and other sources

Bonhams brochure, December 2006:

Photos taken in Sweden, posted on Facebook:


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