1990 Bentley Hooper Empress II Found in San Diego
Spotted in San Diego is a 1990 Bentley Hooper Empress II Found in San Diego. This is 1 of 6 produced by Bentley and is based on the Turbo R. Back in 1990, this car cost $665,000 USD which is today’s money is appoximately $1,000,000 USD. It started life as a US Spec Turbo R before being commissioned by Hooper & Co. to do the £500,000 conversion for its Japanese Doctor Owner. It has been well maintained and comes with a clean title. It is dark blue with dark blue Connelly Leather interior.
Hooper Convertsion (500,000 pounds): Opera rear window, Red ‘B’ logo,Glass solar protected fixed panel over front seats,
Stainless steel wheel arch surrounds thin style, body sills, infills to front and rear bumpers and rear light, rear number plate surround, sill plate “European Carriage House & Hooper”, Bumper and wipers painted in black, Chrome alloy wheels, Front spoiler colour keyed to body colour, Badge bar, Hooper style console fitted between front seats with rolls top to rear of console, finished in black leather, Cocktail cabinet fitted between rear seats housing, two cut glass decanters, one ice bucket and four cut glass drinking tumblers, with mirrors illuminated when lid opened, Hallmarked sterling silver ladies vanity unit, accessories by the Queens Jewelers Asprey of London, Alpine all-in-one CD & radio cassette, multi change CD in boot compartment with remote control, 2 x 3554 amplifier, cassette storage to both door panels.
Have you ever heard of this conversion?
Odometer 12,500 Miles